You don't have to vote for every post in one go, but once you've voted for a post you can't change your vote so make sure you're happy with your choice before you submit.
When you vote you can choose more than one candidate. It's good to choose a few candidates you like to give you the best chance of being represented by someone you like.
What if I'm not sure who to vote for?
This is where candidate pledges, videos, and manifestos come in. The candidates each lay out what they will do if elected so you can choose the ones that make promises you agree with.
Elected officers have a big influence over action and policy - think of things like No Detriment, Rent Strikes, Fee Refunds, these are all issues officers work on. The people you choose will decide what happens.
There are a lot of candidates for some posts so we also have a quiz you can take to see which candidates you agree most closely with.
Why can I choose more than one?
We use a transferable vote system. All this really means is if your first choice doesn't receive enough votes we'll move your vote to your next preference.
It's like saying, "I think we should go to Nando's, but if not there then Five Guys, or Las Iguanas." If enough other people want to go to Nando's then great! You're off to Nando's. If no-one else fancies Nando's then your vote is moved to Five Guys.