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1 Election 2014

2 SO WHAT!

3 SO WHAT?

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7 Democracy builds Inclusion and equality Citizen, Government responsibility,, culture, HRC, Opportunity, Participate, Central, The right to run and be elected as a candidate

8 State Election 29 November 2014 Genuine, Disability Education Program, misconception, Voting is for Everyone, focus, We offer..

9 State Election 29 November 2014 Its’ your right, obligation, privilege… VEC&DHS – Voting is for Everyone. VEC is opening closed cultures – to help develop HR, Equality and Inclusion

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11 How can I vote? 2014 State Election 1.At a local polling centre on Election Day, 29 November 2014 If you have low English Proficiency it is acceptable to take a friend/family member in the booth to help you. Voting Instructions in 19 languages will be available in the booths. 2.At an Early Voting Centre – Open from 14 November 2014 If you cannot make it to a polling centre on Election day If you wish to access Electronic Assisted Voting 3.Via Post – Votes must be received by Thursday 27 November by 6pm Postal Vote Application – a one-off postal vote Register as a General Postal Voter – you will receive your ballot papers for every level of government election (except those applying based on age (70+) who need to apply every time at the Federal level)

12 Where do I get an enrolment form?

13 How do I vote? …. I will receive a letter telling me there is an election on. It will tell me where I can go to vote. It will also tell me where the closest ‘accessible’ voting centre is

14 How do I vote? ….

15 POLLING PLACE Ordinary issuing officers Queue controller Ballot box guard Mark names off the roll and issue the ballot papers This is a private space where voters mark their ballot papers. Voting compartment Prevents tampering with the box. Ballot box A secret box in which completed ballot papers are placed. Declaration issuing officers

16 More information Phone: Web:

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18 How can I vote? 2014 State Election 1.At a local polling centre on Election Day, 29 November 2014 If you have low English Proficiency it is acceptable to take a friend/family member in the booth to help you. Voting Instructions in 19 languages will be available in the booths. 2.At an Early Voting Centre – Open from 14 November 2014 If you cannot make it to a polling centre on Election day If you wish to access Electronic Assisted Voting 3.Via Post – Votes must be received by Thursday 27 November by 6pm Postal Vote Application – a one-off postal vote Register as a General Postal Voter – you will receive your ballot papers for every level of government election (except those applying based on age (70+) who need to apply every time at the Federal level)


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