Source: Whangarei District Council
Updated: 20/08/2019 9:29 p.m.
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This year 35 candidates have been nominated for positions on Whangarei District Council, and three have been nominated for Mayor.
This compares to 50 nominations in 2016, when six people stood for Mayor and 44 stood for council.
On 20 September election papers will be sent to registered electors across New Zealand. These must be returned in time for the vote to be counted on 12 October 2019.
Follow the link below for more information on the 2019 Local Elections.
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