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City of Port Adelaide Enfield Supplementary Election - Enfield Ward

Timetable

Event Date
Roll close 5pm, Friday 29 November 2019
Opening of nominations Thursday 9 January 2020
Nominations close 12 noon, Thursday 23 January 2020
Dispatch of ballot material to electors Tuesday 4 February 2020 to Monday 10 February 2020
Close of voting (Polling Day) 12 noon, Monday 24 February 2020
Scrutiny and count 1.30pm Monday 24 February 2020

Candidates

At the close of nominations at 12 noon on Thursday 23 January 2020, a total of eight nominations were received and accepted for the supplementary election. In accordance with the Local Government (Elections) Act 1999, a draw was held after the close of nominations to determine the order in which names of candidates would appear on the ballot paper and the result of the draw was as follows: 

KARBASI, Moji
IRIBUKA, Arsene
WEGROWSKI, Adrian
BARBARO, Paul
HUSSAINI, Ali
LE RAYE, John
KONYN, Sebastian
COLOMBO, Olivia

Profiles of each of these candidates are available by clicking their names above.

Mail out of voting material

Voting material will be mailed to electors between Tuesday 4 February 2020 and Monday 10 February 2020. To be accepted, ballot papers must be completed and mailed to be received by the Returning Officer no later than 12 noon, Monday 24 February 2020.

A ballot box will be located at the Council Office 163 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, for electors who wish to personally deliver their completed voting material during office hours. 

If you choose to personally deliver your voting material you must do so by the same deadline (no later than 12 noon, Monday 24 February 2020).

2020 Port Adelaide results

Scrutiny and count

The scrutiny and count of ballot papers will be held at 163 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide, commencing at 1.30pm on Monday 24 February 2020. Provisional results will be announced at the conclusion of the count.

Scrutineers

To appoint a scrutineer, you must complete the approved form, and hand it to the Deputy Returning Officer or Electoral Officer in charge of the proceedings at the scrutiny and count.

Note that:

  • a candidate may appoint one or more scrutineers, however only two may be present at the same time during the counting of votes
  • a candidate in an election for the council (including a candidate who has already been declared elected) is not eligible for appointment as a scrutineer.


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