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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Council votes top 2700 so far

THERE have now been 2748 votes cast in the Derwent Valley Council four-yearly election, an increase of 234 since yesterday. This lifts the local participation rate to 36.56%, which remains ahead of the state average of 34.19%.

Voters have until 10am on October 30 to lodge their votes by posting them back to the Tasmanian Electoral Commission or depositing them at the Derwent Valley Council Chambers. Any elector who has not yet ​received their ballot pack should drop in to their local council office, or call the Tasmanian Electoral Commission on 1800 801 701 to ask for a replacement pack.

Meet all the Derwent Valley Council election candidates.

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