Want to run as a candidate? All the information you need, including the essential Candidate Information Handbook, is on our Considering Running as a Candidate? page. Who can vote? Find out on this page. Links to Important Election Information Considering Running as a Candidate? Who Can Vote? Nominations Received - Weekly Update Meet the Candidates Sessions 2019 Triennial Election Timetable Saturday 12 October 2019 Saturday 2 March - Tuesday 30 April 2019 Ratepayer roll enrolment confirmation forms sent [Reg 16, LER] Sayurday 2 March - Saturday 6 July 2019 Preparation of ratepayer roll [Reg 10, LER] May 2019 National ratepayer roll qualifications and procedures campaign [Sec 39, LEA] Monday 1 July 2019 Electoral Commission's enrolment update campaign commences Wednesday 17 July 2019 Public notice of election, calling for nominations, rolls open for inspection [Sec 42, 52, 53, LEA] Friday 19 July 2019 Nominations open / rolls open for inspection [Sec 42, LEA] Friday 16 August 2019 Nominations close (12 noon) / rolls close [Sec 5, 42, 55 LEA, Reg 21, LER] Wednesday 21 August 2019 Public notice of day of election, candidates' names [Sec 65, LEA] By Monday 16 September 2019 Electoral officer certifies final electoral roll [Sec 51, LEA, Reg 22, LER] Friday 20 September - Wednesday 25 September 2019 Delivery of voting documents [Reg 51, LER] Friday 20 September – Saturday 12 October 2019 Progressive roll scrutiny [Sec 83, LEA]Special voting period [Sec 5 LEA, Reg 35, LER]Early processing period [ Sec 80, LEA] By Friday 11 October 2019 Appointment of scrutineers (12 noon) [Sec 68, LEA] Saturday 12 October 2019 Election day [Sec 10, LEA]Close of voting (12 noon) [Sec 84, LEA]Progress and preliminary results available as soon as practicable after close of voting [Sec 85, LEA] Saturday 12 October (pm) - Thursday 17 October 2019 Official count [Sec 84, LEA] Thursday 17 October - Wednesday 23 October 2019 Declaration of result/public notice of declaration [Sec 86, LEA] Mid-December 2019 Return of electoral donations & expenses form [Sec 112A, LEA] Pre-Election Report If you can vote in our district or are a potential candidate for the election then this report is for you. Download it here, or using the "download" link on the right side of this page. We’ve prepared it as an easy reference document to provide relevant information about topical issues. We encourage you to discuss these things with other people who have an interest in our community. We’ve provided an overview of the Thames-Coromandel District, our challenges and opportunities; and our planned future direction and focus areas. A set of financial statements cover the three years before and after the elections and the year of the elections. A summary of the major projects that are underway or are planned over the next three years provides some context to the financial statements. All councils must prepare a pre-election report and include information set out in the Local Government Act 2002. The report is prepared independent of elected members and is not a political document.