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Supporters Council Election Results

Supporters Council

STOKE CITY supporters have voted for whom they think should represent them on the Supporters Council in the forthcoming season.

Eleven fans submitted election statements outlining why they thought they should represent the Potters' supporter base in one of the five General Seats.  

After seven days of voting which ended at 9pm on Tuesday, the candidates with the most votes were Richard Bestwick, John Smith, David Harper, Mike Tudor and Adam Hindhaugh.

Linda Bennett was chosen by her fellow supporters to be the representative of fans in the Q-Railing Stand (Lower), whilst Daniel Stevenson has also been elected onto the council as a 16-18 year old representative.

Sean Ruane was previously awarded a place on the Council for 2017/18 as he was unchallenged in his application to represent fans in the Sharp South Stand. 

The Council meets with CEO Tony Scholes and other key staff members on four to five matchdays each season. Council members set the agenda following discussions and idea sharing with fellow Stokies.

The Club wishes to thank all of the candidates, successful and unsuccessful, for putting themselves forward for a place on the Council.

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