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Elections to Supporters Council

VOTING FOR two Specialist Seat positions in Stoke City's Supporters Council has ended with Mark Mills and Regina Colclough re-elected to the Council for the next two seasons.
Season card holders from both the Boothen End and the Family Area were asked to vote for a preferred candidate to represent their views on the Council.
Mark will represent the Boothen End, while Regina will be the voice of the Family Area.
The voting process was put into place after numerous applicants put their names forward for those specific areas of the Britannia Stadium in a recent submission process.
Specialist Seat applicants for the Novus Stand and Marston's Pedigree Stand, as well as a Corporate member, were nominated unopposed whilst six General Seat positions have already been filled.
The Club looks forward to working with the new candidates and Supporters Council over the coming season. 

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