Election 2018 - Vote


2018 Election Vote2

Voting in Council elections is done by post.

Who can vote?

Eligibility to vote in council elections is broader than in State and Federal elections.  The following people over the age of 18 are eligible to vote:

  • Residents (for at least one month)
  • Sole owners/occupiers of a rateable property
  • Not Australian citizens but are residents (for at least one month)
  • Landlords of rateable properties
  • Business owner (individual or group) or occupier of rateable property.

How to vote

If you are on the State (House of Assembly) electoral roll or have completed a enrolment through Council to join the supplementary roll, you will receive a voting pack in the mail in late October 2018.

The ballot paper(s) in your voting pack will show the candidates standing for elections in your area and whether there is a mayoral election and/or a ward election for you to vote in.

When the candidates are confirmed (after nominations close on 18 September), you will be able to find out more about each of the candidates and what they stand for on the Local Government council elections website.

To vote, you will need to complete your ballot paper and return it in the reply paid envelope.

Votes must be received before 5pm Friday 9 November 2018.


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