ELECTION WRAP: Everything you need to know about the Richmond Valley candidates before you vote

Susanna Freymark

Your vote counts in tomorrow’s council elections.
Across the state 17.56% of people have already voted.
At the Casino Community Centre, the number of people coming through the doors increased during the week.
On Monday about 150 people voted and by Tuesday and Wednesday more than 500 people cast an early vote on each day.
The majority of people though will be voting tomorrow, Saturday, December 4.
Have you made up your mind about who you will vote for? Or are you still deciding?
For profiles on all 18 candidates go to:

RICHMOND VALLEY: Get to (really) know your candidates before you vote on Dec 4

We asked the candidates five questions on waste, Iron Gates and development, water security and Dunoon Dam and housing.
Here are the answers from those who responded. 
Development and Iron Gates
Water security and Dunoon Dam
Housing
Waste
You can vote below the line for individuals or above the line for a group.
If you want to choose a group take a look at their How to Vote card here – opens in new tab and take a photo with your phone if you need to refer to it while voting.
If you want to know more about the two Richmond Valley men running for mayor go to

Robert vs Robert in mayoral race for council elections

Covid rules of wearing masks applies at all voting places. Proof of vaccination is not required.

 

 

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