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Last Chance To Vote In The Hamilton West By-election

Published: Fri 9 Dec 2022 11:32 AM
Voters in the Hamilton West electorate will have the final say tomorrow on who will be their next local member of Parliament.
Saturday 10 December is election day and is the last chance to vote in the Hamilton West by-election. 20 voting places will be open from 9am to 7pm.
The names of the candidates and a list of voting places are available online at vote.nz and were included in the EasyVote pack sent to voters enrolled in the Hamilton West electorate.
Voters who have their EasyVote card should take it with them to make voting faster, but people can still vote without one. Eligible voters who are not yet enrolled can enrol and vote at any voting place.
Preliminary results for the Hamilton West by-election will be published as they come through after 7pm on Saturday at www.electionresults.govt.nz
Media contact: Clare Pasley 04 806 3536, 027 551 7845 or media@elections.govt.nz
A reminder of the election day rules for media, guidelines for filming in a voting place, and notes on the release of results are attached.Hamilton West by-election voting places election day Saturday 10 DecemberSuburbAddressDates and hours openDinsdale
Dinsdale LDS Chapel
91 Tuhikaramea RoadSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmDinsdale
Rhode Street School
7 Rhode StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmFlagstaff
Te Ao Mārama School
33 Hare Puke DriveSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmForest Lake
Forest Lake School
59 Storey AvenueSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmFrankton
Frankton School Hall
206 Massey StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmFrankton
Frankton Shopping Centre
124 Commerce StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmGlenview
Glenview Community Centre
12 Tomin RoadSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmGlenview
Glenview Primary School
68 Bruce AvenueSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmHamilton Central
Centre Place Shopping Centre
501 Victoria StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmHamilton West
Hamilton West School
36 Hammond StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmMaeroa
Maeroa Intermediate School
57 Churchill AvenueSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmMelville
Melville Methodist Church
2 Bader StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmNawton
Crawshaw School
Crawshaw DriveSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmNawton
Good News Community Centre
Corner Breckons Avenue & Dominion RoadSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmNawton
Western Community Centre
46 Hyde AvenueSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmPukete
Pukete School
100 Pukete RoadSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmPukete
Te Rapa Primary School
61 Ashurst AvenueSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmSt Andrews
All Saints Church Hall
191 Sandwich RoadSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmTe Rapa
Te Awa, The Base (upstairs by Hoyts)
Maahanga DriveSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pmWhitiora
Whitiora School
38 Willoughby StreetSat 10 Dec 9am - 7pm

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