Make sure all your ballot papers are stamped on voting day

The Municipal Election is almost upon us and will take place on 3 August.

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Kouga residents will receive three ballot papers when they go to vote at the voting station where they are registered.

The first ballot paper will enable a voter to choose which candidate they want to represent them in their particular ward.

The second ballot paper allows a voter to choose which political party they want representing them in the Council.

The third ballot paper is to chose which political party a voter wants to represent them at district level, in our case at the Sarah Baardman District Council.

Voters must ensure that all three ballot papers have been stamped by the IEC for the votes to be valid.


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