Drop off your votes – don’t post!

As election day is fast approaching, Invercargill residents are being urged to drop their voting papers off and make sure they have their say in the 2019 Local Body Elections. Invercargill City Council Deputy Electoral Officer Michael Morris said it was important that voters did not post their votes from tomorrow, as there was no […]

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Last week to have your say

This week is your last chance to vote in the City Council, ILT, Region and SDHB elections. Voting closes at midday on Saturday 12 October, if you are yet to vote please drop your voting papers into the Invercargill City Council’s Civic Administration Building (CAB), the Invercargill Public Library or the Bluff Service Centre. With […]

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Get those votes in the post TODAY!

By Deputy Electoral Officer Michael Morris Now is your chance to have your say on who will govern the City, ILT, Region and SDHB for the next three years. Voting is open and all voting papers have been delivered. If you have not received your voting papers then you will need to complete a special […]

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Voting now open

Invercargill and Bluff voters are now able to cast their votes in the 2019 local body elections. Voting papers have been mailed out to registered voters, with all papers expected to be delivered by Wednesday 25 September. People who have not received their voting papers by then should contact the Invercargill City Council Electoral Officer […]

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Enrol now to make voting easy

The Electoral Commission is urging people to get a move on if they want to make voting easy in the local elections. “The elections are held by a postal vote and you need to be enrolled at the correct address by Friday 16 August to receive your voting papers in the mail,” says Mandy Bohté, […]

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Nominations open Friday for local government candidates

Nominations for candidates wishing to stand in this year’s local authority elections open this Friday, 19 July 2019. Invercargill City Council Deputy Electoral Officer Michael Morris said anyone wanting to stand as a candidate for the Invercargill City Council, the Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT), or the Bluff Community Board should get their nominations in from […]

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