No candidates nominated in St George
An election to fill a vacant seat at the Corporation of St George has been pushed back to October after no candidates were nominated.
Nomination day for the extraordinary municipal election, to fill the space left by the departure of Tania Stafford, had been set for September 5 in time for an election next week.
However, a spokeswoman for the Parliamentary Registrar said: “At the close of nomination day for the extraordinary municipal election scheduled to take place on September 19, for the municipality of St George’s, there were no nominations of candidates.”
The spokesman said the election will now be held on October 17, with nomination day on October 3.
She added: “This election is only for municipal residents of the municipality of St George’s.
“Registration for this election will close on September 19, at 5pm.”
• For more information about the election, visit elections.gov.bm or contact the Parliamentary Registrar’s Office at 293-VOTE (8683)
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