Australian Electoral Commission

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is responsible for providing the Australian people with an independent electoral service which meets their needs and encourages them to understand and participate in the electoral process.

Change my name or address - Australian Electoral Commission

When you move house, or if you change your name, you must update your details on the electoral roll. Otherwise you could be removed from the roll and will be unable to vote.

Australian Electoral Commission - Wikipedia

The Australian Electoral Office was created in 1973 by the Australian Electoral Office Act 1973. On 21 February 1984 the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) was established as a Commonwealth statutory authority.

Contact the AEC - Australian Electoral Commission

Call 13 23 26 (charged at a rate similar to a local call) | Calling from overseas?; Complaints and feedback. The AEC is committed to providing impartial and accessible electoral services to Australians.

Employment - Australian Electoral Commission

Thank you. The AEC wishes to thank all election employees for your contribution to the successful delivery of the 2019 federal election. We thank you for your continued enthusiasm and look forward to working with you again at future electoral events.

2019 federal election - Australian Electoral Commission

Information about the 2019 federal election. 2019 federal election results. 2019 federal election results; Official federal election results as they were at the return of the writs (21 June 2019) for the 2019 federal election.

Frequently asked questions - Australian Electoral Commission

2013: Electoral Council of Australia and New Zealand paper - Internet voting in Australian election systems. 2014: Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters - Second interim report on the inquiry into the conduct of the 2013 federal election: An assessment of electronic voting options

The AEC’s role - Australian Electoral Commission

The role of the Australian Electoral Commission is – to deliver the franchise: that is, an Australian citizen's right to vote, as established by the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.. Australian Electoral Commissioner

Check my enrolment - Australian Electoral Commission

You can check your current electoral enrolment by entering your details below. For privacy reasons, your electoral enrolment will only be confirmed if the details you enter are an exact match to your details on the electoral roll.. If you cannot confirm your electoral enrolment online it doesn't mean you are not on the electoral roll.

Find my electorate - Australian Electoral Commission

Electorate results below reflect electorates that will be in place at the next federal election. Despite electorate changes, your local member remains the person elected on the electorates in place at the previous federal election or subsequent by-election.
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