MACES Elections


MACES ELECTIONS has the main responsibility of running referenda and elections within MACES.

MACES ELECTIONS is run autonomously from the MACES Board of Directors to avoid any conflicts of interest. Elections are held on a regular basis for positions on the MACES Executive Board of Directors.  

MACES ELECTIONS’ mandate is to run accountable elections for members of MACES and to make sure that all students have an equal chance to vote, and that all candidates follow electoral procedures that are in place to ensure fair elections.

If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to
contact MACES ELECTIONS.

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Why you should run in the Elections?


Become a student leader and join the dynamic and fun team of the MACES Executive Board of Directors! This is a unique opportunity to get more involved with university life and the McGill community and to put your professional skills to good use by improving the academic and social experience of everyone at the McGill School of Continuing Studies (SCS).
Plus, it makes a great addition to your CV!

How to Run


The nomination process involves 3 easy steps. To learn the details on how to run, who is eligible, and to see the list of all required documents, please click on the button below.

1

Get familiar with the elections process

2

Tell us about yourself

Tell us why you should be elected, what makes you the ideal candidate, and what you want to do to make a difference for Continuing Studies students? Your platform should be no more than 500 words. We will also need a clear headshot and a copy of your resume.

3

Send your application

Candidates interested in running in the elections must submit their online Nomination Form and upload the required documents by the application deadline. 

Elections Nomination Form

Support a Candidate Running in the Elections

If you are a current student supporting a candidate’s nomination please complete this online Candidate Support Form.

Support a Candidate

Elections 2021


Election Timeline

NOMINATION PERIOD EXTENDED: September 29 – October 27, 2021

CAMPAIGN PERIOD:

October 28 – November 10, 2021

Meet the Candidates: TBD

VOTING PERIOD: November 1 – 10, 2021

Results


POSITION: VP Academic Affairs / Senator 1

Candidate: Maria Patricia Rodriguez Saenz

Candidate: Ryan Thompson

Candidate: Sacha Thibault

How to Vote


Voting is done electronically through an external link during the voting period. All registered SCS students who pay the MACES fee are eligible to vote by using their student ID. Students get notified via email once the voting period is open (See above for dates). Voting is done in two easy steps and takes only 2 minutes.