Voting in NSW

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Voting in NSW by Mind Map: Voting in NSW

1. Are you eligible?

1.1. Yes

1.1.1. If you are an Australian citizen aged 18 years or more, you are required to enrol and vote in federal, State and local government elections and by-elections. If you do not vote, you may receive a penalty notice. Are you enrolled to vote? Yes No

1.2. No

1.2.1. You are unable to vote in any Australian elections.

2. When do I have to vote?

2.1. Where you are enrolled determines if and when you are required to vote.

2.1.1. Where do i Vote? Use the district finder tool to see where the voting centres are located, It details accessibility information as well. So electors can make an informed decision about their mobility needs

3. How do i vote?

3.1. In Person (Election day & Pre-poll)

3.1.1. Election Day / Pre-Poll Arriving at the voting centre (polling place) Follow directions of staff At the issuing table, confirm your identity and have you voted in THIS election before? YES NO

3.2. Online/Telephone voting

3.3. Overseas/Interstate

3.3.1. Apply for a postal vote

3.3.2. Apply for an exemption

3.3.3. VIsit overseas voting centre

3.4. Postal

3.4.1. Register for postal vote online Ballot papers will be posted to you complete ballot papers following instructions