Campaigning starts tomorrow with the Dining Hall hustings taking place online.
All hustings will take place fully online this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
This year’s race for entertainment officer will see two candidates pushing for better inclusivity in Trinity’s social scene.
In this year’s only uncontested race, final-year sociology student Aoife Cronin presents her vast society experience in marketing and public relations to make the case against RON.
Three candidates – Sierra Mueller-Owens, Dylan Krug and Cathal O’Riordan – will contest the position.
This year, Dan O’Reilly and Bev Genockey are running for the position of education officer, after the race was uncontested last year.
This year’s elections will take place fully online for the first time in the union’s history.
For the third time in the newspaper’s history, the editor race will be contested.
Candidates may only post on social media platforms sanctioned by the Electoral Commission.
The chair of TCDSU council has said that candidates will need to encourage students to register to vote, ahead of an online-only election.