12 Mar Your Vote Counts – 2020 Local Government Election
Locals in the greater Gladstone Region are preparing to participate in Queensland’s next local government election for Mayor and Councillors on Saturday the 28th of March 2020. Voting is compulsory and failure to vote will result in a $133.45 fine, a vote can be cast using the postal voting process, at a pre-polling location or on election day
Early voting will begin on Monday the 16th of March and ends on Friday the 27th of March 2020. You can cast an early vote at the Ro Office for the Gladstone district, the Boyne Island Community Centre for the Boyne Island district and the Agnes Water Community Centre for the Agnes Water district.
If you are in the Agnes Water district cast your vote on election day at the Agnes Water Community Centre, Ambrose at Ambrose State School, Baffle Creek at Wartburg State School, Benaraby at Benaraby State School, Bororen at Bororen State School, Boyne Island at Boyne Island Community Centre, Calliope at Calliope State School, Chanel at Chanel College, Clinton at Clinton State School, Gladstone Central at Gladstone Central State School, Gladstone South at Gladstone South State School, Gladstone West at Gladstone West State School, Kin Kora at Gladstone Uniting Church, Miriam Vale at Miriam Vale Community Centre, Mount Larcom at Mt Larcom State School, Rosedale at Rosedale Memorial Hall, Seaview at St John the Baptist, Tannum Sands at Tannum Sands State High School, Ubobo at Ubobo Community Hall and Yarwun at Yarwun State School.
It is incredibly important for members of the Gladstone community to ensure that they are enrolled to vote and that their details are up to date. If you haven’t already enrolled to vote or would like to check/update your details head to the Australian Electoral Commission website www.aec.gov.au