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City of Adelaide - Central Ward

Due to the resignation of a member of the Council, a supplementary election is necessary to fill the vacancy of Councillor for Central Ward.

Timetable

Event Date
Roll close 5pm, Friday 28 February 2020
Opening of nominations Thursday 26 March 2020
Nominations close 12 noon, Thursday 9 April 2020
Dispatch of ballot material to electors Tuesday 21 April 2020 to Monday 27 April 2020
Close of voting (Polling Day) 12 noon, Monday 11 May 2020
Scrutiny and count 1.30pm, Monday 11 May 2020

Close of roll

The voters roll for this supplementary election closes at 5pm on Friday 28 February 2020.

You can check if you are on the state electoral roll online at the Australian Electoral Commission (external link). If you do not appear on the roll and are an Australian citizen aged 18 or over you should enrol immediately via the Australian Electoral Commission website (external link).

If you are not eligible to enrol on the state electoral roll you may still be entitled to enrol to vote if you own or occupy a property or are a resident non-Australian citizen. Contact the Council to find out how on 08 8203 7203 or visit City of Adelaide (external link).

Nominating

Becoming a member of council is a great way to represent and help make a difference to your local community.

The nomination period for the vacancy of Councillor for Central Ward will open on Thursday 26 March 2020 and will close at 12 noon on Thursday 9 April 2020.

If you are interested in nominating, nomination kits will be available from the council Customer Centre at 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide.

General information and resources about nominating for council is also available on our resources for council candidates webpage.

A candidate briefing session will be held for intending candidates at 12.30pm, Tuesday 24 March 2020 in the Queen Adelaide Room of the Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street, Adelaide.

Information in other languages

Electoral Commission SA is committed to ensuring that all South Australian electors understand how to enrol and vote at state elections. Electors who do not speak English well may require extra assistance to engage in the electoral process. 

In the following pages, information about how to vote at council elections is available in 21 languages. 

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If your language is not listed here, or if you would like more information, please call us through an interpreter. 

Phone the Translating and Interpreting Services on 131 450 and ask them to them contact Electoral Commission SA on 1300 655 232. This is a free service.


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