Nominations close on Friday 16 August.
Voting gets underway from Friday 20 September.
The elections buzz is growing, with dozens of people from all corners of Tamaki Makaurau entering the race so far. Nominations close at midday on August 16, however anyone wanting to stand should get their nomination form in as soon as possible. More >>
The Wellbeing Budget is about tackling New Zealand's long-term challenges by focusing our attention on the things that matter most.
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Nominations for the 2019 local elections open in a little over two months on the 19th of July. Aucklanders can stand - and vote - for mayor, councillors and local board members, as well as for members of district health boards and licensing trusts.
Candidates: Friday 19th July nomination period opens | Friday 16th August nomination period closes
Voters: Friday 20th Sept voting period opens | Saturday 12th Oct voting period closes More....
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