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This is a rolling tracker for if and when political campaigners and Presidential candidates have short-term bans placed upon them for the week of polling.

We will endeavour to include as much information about each ban as possible.

Pelican relies on students and tickets to inform us when campaigners and Presidential candidates have been banned.

If you want to know more about the regulations surrounding short-term bans, read our article: New Penalties for Guild Election Misconduct.

Monday, 14th of September

Clare Francis (Left Action) and Esa Chrulew (Left Action, Presidential Candidate). Banned from campaigning at all booths between 1pm and 2pm, Monday, September 14. Offence Unknown.


Tuesday, 15th of September

Steven Okbay (Spark) and David Hallam (Spark, Presidential Candidate). Banned from campaigning at all booths between 10-11am, Tuesday, September 15. Offence cited as “breach of blackout”.

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