Vote early, not often in Murraylands: Election

Voters who want to get the election over and done with will be able to do so now.

Pre-polling places will open in electorates around the State tomorrow morning, enabling people to cast their votes ahead of election day if they wish.

The Murraylands’ only early voting centre will be at 37 Adelaide Road, Murray Bridge - former Federal MP Patrick Secker’s old office.

The centre will be open between 9am and 5pm on weekdays, except for the public holiday on March 10.

Returning officer Ken Coventry recommended anyone casting an early vote park on the vacant lot next door to the centre instead of on Adelaide Road.

The only other places in the region where votes can be cast early will be at Salt Creek, Narrung and Raukkan, which a mobile voting centre will visit at 9am, 1pm and 3.30pm on Wednesday, March 12.

Alternatively, anyone likely to be away, busy or ill on election day, or anyone who lives more than eight kilometres from any polling place, can apply to vote via post.

A record 1,142,419 voters have enrolled for the upcoming election - 49,000 more than the previous high.

- Details: For information visit www.ecsa.sa.gov.au.

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