Erwin, Thanks for explaining that. One more question, please. Is it …

Comment on How the new counting system may give us a more diverse town council by Hal Duell.

Erwin, Thanks for explaining that. One more question, please.
Is it still necessary to put a number next to each name on the list of hopeful Councilors, or can I cast a valid ballot with only my first 1 to 8 numbered?
And for Mayor – is it 1 to 5, or will 1 do?
Thanks, Hal.
ED – Email from the Electoral Commission this morning: “You must place consecutive numbers in all of the voting squares, commencing with the number 1.”

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Thank you Erwin and Liz. Coming up 1 to 5 and 1 to 15.


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