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The LSESU Elections are one of the most important dates in the calendar. This is an opportunity to nominate yourself to represent others or vote for your favourite candidate.

About the elections

Your reps shape LSESU's work, influence LSE committees and impact your student experience. Running for a rep position is one of the best ways to have your say on how your Students' Union is run and create change at LSE - it's also a valuable source of professional work experience.

We run elections twice a year; during Michaelmas Term and during Lent Term.

Lent Term Elections 2022

Available Roles

We are electing a range of positions: from four full-time, paid Sabbatical Officer roles, to voluntary Part-Time Officer positions. We're also electing a range of committee and board positions, too.

If you're a postgraduate student who wants to run for a position but you're worried about whether it will impact your studies, get in touch with us at

Sabbatical Officers (Paid)

General Secretary Community & Welfare Officer

Education OfficerActivities & Development Officer

Part-Time Officers

Anti-Racism OfficerAU President BME Students' Officer Disabled Students' Officer

Environment and Ethics Officer GTA Representative International Students' Officer

LGBT+ Students' Officer Neurodivergent Students' Officer Postgraduate Research Students' Officer

RAG President Social Mobility and Class OfficerWomen's Officer

All Other Positions

Member of Democracy Committee x5 Student Member of LSESU Trustee Board Athletics Union Engagement Officer AU Executive Member x4 Creative Network Chair

Please note: applications for the role of Student Member of LSESU Trustee Board close on 3rd March at midday, and have a different application process from the other roles in this election. Click here to find out more.

Voting has closed

Voting has now closed in the LSESU Lent Term elections - we'll be announcing the results on 24 March from 7pm in the Venue!

No elections are currently running

Useful Information

Elections Rules and Regulations

Elections FAQs

A quick guide to digital campaigning

Key dates

  • 28 February, 10am: Nominations Open
  • 10 March, 5pm: Nominations Close
  • 16 March, 9am: Campaigning Begins
  • 16, 17, 18 March: Candidate Question Time
  • 21-24 March: Voting
  • 24 March: The Results

We'll provide a more in-depth timeline for candidates soon

Support from us

  • We'll give you support on how to run a campaign
  • We're running workshops on campaigning
  • We'll help you reach students with your campaign
  • We'll be on hand to provide support and guidance

Making a Complaint

In order to make a complaint, it must be submitted to the Returning Officer. If you wish to make a complaint about the conduct of a candidate, please email All complaints must be submitted before 4pm, 24 March

Past Results

2020-21 Results 2019-20 Results 2018-19 Results