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St George's Ward Election 1st June & other stuff.


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2 minutes ago, Burt said:

You think for the apportionment of rates that a much more accurate map would exist eh?

 

You do realise this is Douglas councillors you are talking about :rolleyes:

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10 hours ago, sarahc said:

Helen Callow is in. The Establishment's choice. 

I couldn't believe the scene, I stood with Charlton at the polling station the  establishment were all over Helen. She's nice enough but that wasn't really very fair - at least he knows what to do next time hey?

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2 minutes ago, 2bees said:

I couldn't believe the scene, I stood with Charlton at the polling station the  establishment were all over Helen. She's nice enough but that wasn't really very fair - at least he knows what to do next time hey?

Avoid it like the plague?

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Public Notice is hereby given, in accordance with the Local Elections Act 1986 and the Local Election Rules 2003, as amended, that HELEN CALLOW of 69 Woodbourne Road, Douglas, has been duly elected to serve as a Councillor for ST. GEORGE'S WARD of the BOROUGH OF DOUGLAS until 1st May 2020.

 

The total number of votes given for each candidate in this election was:

 

CALLOW, Helen                                                179

HALSALL, Richard Frederick                             65

KRENTZ, Charlton Lee John                             144 

LAVERY, Kieran Anthony Derek                        44

 

The total numbers of voters voting at this election was 438 representing a turnout of 20.50%

 

The number of Ballot Papers rejected was 6:

 

1 for unmarked or void for uncertainty

5 for voting for more candidates than there were vacancies to be filled.

 

 

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The actual boundary is defined in section 1 of the Douglas Boundary Extension Act 1985 and is shown on a map lodged in the General Registry following a Tynwald vote in October 1984. No other map matters.

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