Speech by NUS Deputy Returning Officer Kathy Wylde:
"As NUS Deputy Returning Officer I am pleased to announce the results of the following NUS elections for the National Scrutiny Council.
Muna Ali stage
380 voters participated representing a 60% turnout.
The number of elected candidates from FE courses was is lower than the total number of FE vacancies on the NSC. Therefore 4 vacancies remain, 2 of which must be filled by women or non-binary candidates. Further details on how these vacancies are to be filled will be published at a future date following conversations with the new committee, future NUS offices, the DPC and the Returning Officer.
The count was conducted at 13: 00 pm Monday 6 April 2020. Count observers, selected by each of the candidates, were present.
I have inspected the list of delegates who have cast their votes (n.b. this does not show how the vote has been cast). Following this inspection and a sharing of the anonymised list with count observers, I am satisfied that votes have only been issued to eligible delegates.
The count included a review of the count sheets by myself and observers."
Download count sheet (please note this count was conducted in four rounds - there is a seperate tab for each round)