Thinking of running for council? This candidate briefing session is for you
Potential candidates will learn all the tips and tricks on how to run for the Murray Bridge council ahead of elections this November.
Do you have a vision for your local area?
Are you passionate about your community?
Have you ever considered running for council, but realised you had no idea what was involved?
Fortunately, an upcoming candidate briefing session from the Murray Bridge council has got you covered.
Ahead of the 2022 council elections, the Rural City of Murray Bridge will host a session next Tuesday night to give locals the low-down on how to become a candidate.
The seminar will cover topics such as the skills and characteristics of a council member, support available to members, campaigning during elections and resources available to candidates.
The council’s CEO, Michael Sedgman, will also be available for one-on-one appointments for those who are interested.
Still not enough information?
Those interested in running for council can attend webinars hosted by the Electoral Commission of South Australia throughout the month of August.
Alternatively, you can view a pre-recorded version of the session below.
The Rural City of Murray Bridge will host their candidate briefing session next Tuesday, August 23 at 6pm at the local government centre on Seventh Street.
Council election nominations will open on the same and close at midday on Tuesday, September 6.
More information: www.ecsa.sa.gov.au.
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