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Douglas South set to head to the polls

Wed, 26 Aug 2020

Constituents in Douglas South will select who they want to see represent them in the House of Keys when they head to the polls tomorrow.

The region has been without representation after LibVan MHK Kate Costain resigned last month and former Home Affairs Minister Bill Malarkey passed away in February.

It means the electorate will be able to vote twice from the ten candidates who are in the running for the vacant seats.

Anthony Allen, Pamela Birnie-Malarkey, Claire Christian, IanJames-Clanton, David Fowler, Andrew Jessopp of the Isle of Man Green Party, Michael Josem of the Liberal Vannin Party, Kevin Oliphant-Smith, Lon Pinkerton, and Paul Quine are the people who've put themselves forward, a record number in a House of Keys by-election.

The polls are open from 8am until 8pm tomorrow (27 August).


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