Federal Election 2019: Early voting centres running in Joondalup, Wanneroo and Yanchep

Joondalup early voting centre.
Joondalup early voting centre.

EARLY voting centres opened in Joondalup, Wanneroo and Yanchep this week for people who won’t be able to vote on May 18.

The Australian Electoral Commission has opened a centre at 202 Winton Road in Joondalup, open from 8.30am to 5.30pm or 6pm on weekdays until May 17 and 9am-4pm on Saturday, May 11.

Centres at Crossways Uniting Church, 14 Calabrese Avenue, Wanneroo, and Yanchep Central shops are open similar times until election day.

Joondalup early voting centre.

There are seven candidates in Cowan: in ballot paper order Mark Cooper from The Greens (WA), incumbent Anne Aly from the Australian Labor Party, Peter Westcott from United Australia Party, Andre Lebrasse from Australian Christians, Sheila Mundy from Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, Paul James Bedford from Shooters, Fishers and Farmers, and Liberal Isaac Stewart.

In Moore the eight candidates are Tyler Walsh from PHON, incumbent Liberal Ian Goodenough, Daniel Vujcich from The Greens, Rex Host from Australian Christians, Jen Jacobs from the Western Australia Party, Labor’s Tony O’Gorman, independent Ziggi Murphy and Rod Chilcott from UAP.

Pearce’s 10 candidates are Sandy Old (PHON), Labor’s Kim Travers, incumbent Liberal Christian Porter, Michael Calautti (WAP), Magdeleen Strauss (Australian Christians), Eugene Marshall (The Greens), Steve Blyth (The Nationals), Rob Forster (UAP), Ross Williamson (Shooters, Fishers and Farmers) and independent Colin Butland.

There are also 67 candidates for the 12 WA Senate seats.

Visit www.aec.gov.au for more information.