AMS elections

QJPolitics: First exec debate lacks action

David Hadwen is the Journal’s political columnist and will be offering his personal insight on the AMS elections. Hadwen is a fourth-year political studies student and is not...Continue...

Pritchard leaves campaign trail for personal emergency

Team BGP announced Wednesday morning that TK Pritchard, their vice president of university affairs candidate for team BGP, will be absent from the campaign trail as he deals with a personal emergency.Continue...

Vice-president of university affairs debate unfolds in front of full crowd

At Tuesday night’s vice president of university affairs debate, candidates each shared their teams’ priorities.Continue...

JDL elected as new AMS exec

Sixty per cent of voters solidified team JDL’s win in the first round of preferential balloting on Wednesday.Continue...

AMS Elections

Presidential candidates conclude debates

At the all-candidates debate for AMS president, all three teams agreed the most difficult decision faced by this year’s executive was the Queen’s Bands suspension.Continue...

Vice-presidential candidates collide in debate

The AMS vice-presidential candidates debate saw clashing views between the teams running for AMS executive.Continue...

AMS presidential elections

Three teams announced for executive election

Three teams were placed on the ballot for the upcoming AMS executive elections after being ratified last night at AMS Assembly.Continue...

Alumni voted in elections

Blane McPhail no longer attends Queen’s, but he voted in last week’s online elections.Continue...

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