Miscellaneous

How do I get off the electoral roll Australia?

How do I get off the electoral roll Australia?

Electors can only have their names removed from the electoral roll under certain circumstances. These include when an elector dies, an elector is of unsound mind or an elector is moving overseas permanently or indefinitely.

How often is electoral roll updated?

By law, the Electoral Register is updated on the first working day of every month except October and November (when we don’t update).

How do I remove my name from the electoral roll?

Ans: Applications can be made through the following forms: Form for the inclusion of name (New Voter Registration), Form for deletion of the name(Deletion for Voter ID), Form for correction of entries (Correction in Voter ID) and Form for shifting of name within the same constituency (Shifted to other places).

What is a Commonwealth electoral roll?

The Commonwealth Electoral Roll—the list of Australians eligible to vote at federal elections—is integral to election delivery. encouraging eligible voters to enrol and keep their enrolment up to date.

Who can be silent elector?

You can apply to be registered as a silent elector if you believe having your address included on the publicly available electoral roll could put you or your family’s safety at risk. Silent enrolment means your address will not be shown on future editions of the publicly available roll.

Who is Commonwealth electoral roll?

The Commonwealth Electoral Roll—the list of Australians eligible to vote at federal elections—is integral to election delivery. The AEC’s key electoral roll activities are: encouraging eligible voters to enrol and keep their enrolment up to date.

Where can I find the electoral roll in Australia?

Search the Telstra online White Pages� residential listings. Search for people mentioned in Australian and New Zealand court decisions. Details on how to view electronic versions of State wide and Australia wide versions of the Commonwealth electoral roll.

Do you have to be on electoral roll in SA?

The Australian Electoral Commission maintains the electoral roll for South Australia. Enrolment for state elections is compulsory in South Australia and you are required by law to keep your details on the electoral roll correct up to date.

When did South Australia stop using electoral rolls?

Until 1984 occupations of voters were included on the South Australian electoral roll. Guides to use in conjunction with the electoral rolls are: A guide & index to South Australian electoral rolls on microfiche, 1884-1913 and South Australia electoral rolls, 1852-1904: a user’s guide.

Who are the people on the electoral rolls?

Electoral rolls list people who are registered and eligible to vote at federal, state, territory and local government elections and referenda.