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16 May 2022
All set for Saturday's election
What would you offer the Peninsula?
Paul Borthwick, Australian Citizen Party
Bentley Logan, Liberal Democrats
Lucy Wicks, Liberal Party
Shelly McGrath, The Greens
Barbara-Jane Murray, United Australia Party
Gordon Reid, Labor Party
No response
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All set for Saturday's election

All is set around the Peninsula for Saturday's election.

Pre-polling has been busy over the last fortnight at the old National bank with queues stretching up Blackwall Rd from the corner of Oval Ave in Woy Woy.

Footpaths on all sides of was crowded with campaign workers distributing leaflets.

A-frame signs proliferated along both sides of Blackwall Rd, until a council ranger had them removed other than in the near vicinity of the pre-poll booth.

However, despite its popularity, the centre was not open on Sunday.

Polling booths on the Peninsula for Saturday's election will be at:

Both campuses of Brisbane Water Secondary College - Umina campus, 120 Veron Rd, Umina Beach and Woy Woy campus, 53A Melba Rd, Woy Woy

South Woy Woy Progress Association, 76 Woy Woy Rd, Woy Woy

Woy Woy South Primary School, 1 The School Mall, Woy Woy

Umina Uniting Church Community Centre, 346 Ocean Beach Rd, Umina Beach

Umina Community Hall (Mingaletta), 6 Sydney Ave, Umina Beach

Umina Beach Primary School, 14 Hobart Ave, Umina Beach

Ettalong Beach Primary School, 23 Karingi St, Ettalong Beach

Ettalong 50 Plus Leisure and Learning, 5-7 Broken Bay Rd, Ettalong

Booker Bay Pre-School, 32 Telopea St, Booker Bay

Many of these venues will also have fundraising stalls for their hosts.

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