Notice of Election of a Unitary Councillor – Gwinear-Gwithian and St Erth Electoral Division

Oct 30, 2012 | Uncategorized

Cornwall Council
for
Gwinear-Gwithian and St Erth
Electoral Division of
Cornwall Council
Notice is hereby given that:
1. COUNCILLORS TO BE ELECTED
An election is to be held of ONE Councillor for the said Electoral Division.
2. NOMINATION PAPERS
Nomination papers may be obtained from the Deputy Returning Officer at Cornwall Council,
Dolcoath Avenue, Camborne TR14 8SX (01209 614298), during normal office hours, who,
upon request, will prepare for signature a nomination paper.
3. DELIVERY OF NOMINATION PAPERS
Nomination papers must be delivered to Room E1:03, Cornwall Council, Dolcoath Avenue,
Camborne TR14 8SX on any day after the date of this notice, but not later than Noon on
Friday 9 November 2012.
4. POLLING DAY
If the election is contested, the poll will take place on Thursday 6 December 2012.
5. ABSENT VOTING
Applications to vote by post or to vary or cancel existing postal or proxy voting
arrangements must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5.00pm on Wednesday 21
November 2012 if they are to be effective for this election.
Applications to vote by proxy at this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer
by 5.00pm on Wednesday 28 November 2012, except in cases where unforeseen illness
or incapacity occurs after that time, in which case applications may be received by no later
5.00pm on Thursday 6 December 2012.
All applications and notices regarding absent voting must reach the Electoral Registration
Officer, Cornwall Council, Dolcoath Avenue, Camborne TR14 8SX.

Kevin Lavery, Returning Officer                                                               1 November 2012

Printed by Cornwall Council, Dolcoath Avenue, Camborne TR14 8SX. Published by Kevin Lavery, Returning Officer

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