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Election notice for the student council election 2023

Dear students of political science and administrative science courses,

!! It's voting time !!!

The election of the Student Council for Politics and Administration 2023 is coming up!
And your vote counts!

The student council is always there to help you with problems and to shape your student life! Whether it is the planning of the Ersti-Phase, the direct exchange with teaching staff or the close networking among different classes and with other student councils.

Now you can elect representatives for your student council or get involved yourself and run as an elected FSR member.

The election will take place from 24.04. to 26.04.2023. You have the possibility to vote in a polling station at the Griebnitzsee campus or by absentee ballot from the comfort of your home.

The polling station will probably be set up in front of the refectory in house 6 and will be manned for you on the days mentioned above between 09:30 and 14:30.

If you want to vote by letter, please send us your feedback under the following link (German) / link (English) until Thursday, 13.04.2023.
Or: If you want to vote by letter, we ask you for a feedback with your full name, matriculation number and your address up to and including Thursday, 13.04.2023 by mail to 

Detailed instructions and sufficiently stamped letters will be sent along. Participation is free of charge for everyone.

If you would like to get involved in the student council beyond your vote, we would be very happy to have yourself field for election by 31.03.2023! Behind this link is a survey, which collects your data for the nomination. It is as easy as becoming a candidate for our student council. 

If you have specific questions for us or about the election, you can contact us at any time by mail ( Furthermore, you can come to our weekly meetings (Tuesdays, 18:00, room 3.H6.S21 or Zoom).

You can also find all information about the election on our website.
Meeting ID: 697 1950 4025
ID code: 20222023

Your FSR Politics and Administration