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Today is a big day for Atiu, as the Areora-Tengatangi-Ngatiarua by-election gets underway.
The two running candidates, the Democratic Partys Nandi Glassie and Independent Tehani Brown are both on the island.
The polling booth, at the Catholic Hall in Areora, Atiu open at 9am this morning and close at 6pm.
Provisions have also been made for a mobile booth to allow for those who are unable to get to the polling booth to cast their vote.
Results will likely to be out by 7.00pm after reconciliation process.
SOURCE: RADIO COOK ISLANDS NEWS/PACNEWS
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