Drop in session for prospective election candidates
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Prospective candidates can learn about what it takes to become a councillor ahead of this May’s district council elections.
Representatives from East Devon District Council (EDDC) will be available on Monday (March 4) to discuss what the role involves and how residents can put themselves forward for the election.
The East Devon district is divided into 32 electoral wards, represented by 59 councillors who are elected for four years.
The next election for parish, town and district council positions will take place on Thursday, May 2.
The drop in session on Monday will be held between 4pm and 7pm at East Devon District Council’s new headquarters at Blackdown House in Honiton.
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In attendance will be the returning officer, deputy returning officer and electoral services manager. They will be able to discuss the process, as well as whether a prospective candidate is eligible to stand.
Nomination packs will be available on the evening.
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