At the Roma polling booths for the 2020 Queensland Election. Picture: Lachlan Berlin
At the Roma polling booths for the 2020 Queensland Election. Picture: Lachlan Berlin

Warrego booths open, but most have already voted in pre-poll

POLLS have opened across the Warrego Electorate and residents across Dalby and the southwest are casting their ballots.

Roma’s two polling stations at the RSL and Roma State College Junior Campus have had a steady turnout this morning.

LNP campaign manager and former MP Howard Hobbs was in Roma to help with handing out how to vote cards.

Mr Hobbs said that 2900 people across the town of Roma have already voted, according to his statistics.

He predicts only 800 more people will need to cast their ballot around town, meaning most people have already voted by pre-poll or are casting a postal vote.

Democracy sausages are cooking up around town too, with the barbecues fired up at the RSL polling booth.


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