2018 General Election: SODELPA seeks polling agents
27 October, 2018, 8:30 am
SODELPA is looking for 414 agents to be based at 138 polling stations during the 2018 General Election next month.
In a social media post by candidate Tanya Waqanaika, she said the party already had some names but was looking for more.
Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka has also confirmed they were looking for agents who would work as volunteers.
These are only for the Suva constituency, which has 42 polling venues and 138 polling stations.
Ms Waqanika said each station required three agents.
The breakdown of personnel required is as follows:
Lower Ragg FEO Ground Shed – Eight
School of Intellectually Handicapped – 13
Fiji School of Nursing Complex – Six
LDS College – Seven
Tamavua SDA Church Hall – Four
St Joseph Secondary School – Seven
Suva Foreshore Carpark – Six
Holy Trinity Primary School – Seven
Suva Grammar School – Four
Draiba Primary School – Seven
Vatuwaqa Primary School – Seven
Fiji National Council of Disable Persons), Brown St – 19
Suva Methodist Primary School – Nine
Suva Sangam, Howell Street – Six
Marist Bros Primary School – Seven
Pandi Vishnu Deo Primary School – Nine
John Wesley Primary School, Raiwaqa – 27
DAV Girls College – 17
FNU Derrick Campus, Samabula – 12
Gospel High School – 10
Samabula Primary School – 12
Fiji School of the Blind, Nanuku, Vatuwqaqa – Nine
Marist Champagnat Technical Institute – Five
USP Statham Campus, Suva Point – Eight
Viria East, Vatuwaqa – Four
Wailea SDA Church – 10
Nabua Primary School – 16
Ratu Sukuna Memorial School – Nine
Suva Muslim College – 10
Cunningham Stage 1 – Three
Cunningham Stage 2 – 16
Cunningham Stage 4 – 12
Wainimako Church Hall – Nine