7 March 2014 | Comments
The public is reminded that a Bye-Election will take place on Wednesday 12 March 2014 when St Helena will go to the Polls to elect a new Member to fill the vacant seat on Legislative Council.
Candidates for the 2014 Bye-Election are: Dr Corinda Essex of Jamestown, Mrs Brenda Moors of Alarm Forest and Mr Lionel Williams of St Paul’s.
Polling stations will be at the Levelwood, Jamestown, Harford, Blue Hill, Sandy Bay and Kingshurst Community Centres, Half Tree Hollow Clinic and at Judges Lodge, Alarm Forest.
Only those named on the Register of Electors dated 7 February 2014 will be able to vote in the Bye-Election and you must vote in the Polling District in which you are registered. Half Tree Hollow residents should note that their Polling Station is now at the Half Tree Hollow Clinic (and not at the normal venue of the Half Tree Hollow Community Centre).
If on Polling Day you cannot make it to the Polling Station, you may vote by Proxy – providing you obtain advance permission from the Returning Officer Gillian Francis at the Castle. To get permission you must complete the relevant form which must be handed to the Returning Officer by no later than 10am on Monday 10 March 2014 (any forms received after this time will not be valid).
If you are voting by Proxy on Polling Day, your Proxy must be on the current Register of Electors and in the same Polling District in which you are registered.
For Proxy forms or to inspect the current Register of Electors you may contact the Returning Officer, Assistant Returning Officers or Assistant Registration Officers. The names of these Officers were printed in newspapers dated 6 and 7 March 2014.
7 March 2014