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Our job is to promote candidate and voter engagement – and we’re going to pull out all the stops to make it happen.

Now that voting is over, we want your feedback on how our office can do this better in the future.


Complete our post-elections survey now and enter to win a chance for us to cover your next grocery bill (up to $150.00 CDN).

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Contest closes Thursday, March 31st at 11:59 PM PST. Winners will be selected at random and contacted via email on April 1st, 2022 by

This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with Instagram or Facebook. You must be a current UVic undergrad and submit a completed survey response. All criteria must be met to win. Good luck!


Most of our members are located in Victoria, BC., the traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples, also known as the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations communities. 

Many of us are settlers or visitors on land that was violently stolen from Indigenous peoples. The historical and continued dispossession of land threatens Indigenous peoples’ physical and emotional safety, cultural and linguistic growth, and basic and legal rights.

The Electoral Office organizes elections for students at the University of Victoria, but we, just like you, exist within a wider context of colonization. We encourage you to think about why you possess certain rights (like the ability to vote) while others may not, and why elected Directors are rarely Indigenous – or People of Colour, folks with disabilities, and other marginalized identities (both at the University and broader levels).

We are always open to feedback in order to critically evaluate our policy and processes. Deconstructing colonial systems and rebuilding equitable ones is uncomfortable, hard work, but we are ready.

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