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2023 elections

Elections will be conducted for the Upper House divisions of Launceston, Murchison and Rumney on Saturday 6 May 2023.

Remember, voting in the Legislative Council elections is compulsory.

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2022 local government elections

Postal ballot elections were held to fill councillor, mayor and deputy mayor positions for all 29 local councils statewide. Polling closed at 2pm Tuesday 25 October 2022.

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Advice to the Premier in relation to revising Tasmania’s electoral boundaries from 5 to 7 divisions

Following his announcement to commit to restoring the House of Assembly from 25 to 35 seats, the Premier wrote to the Electoral Commissioner on 3 June 2022, requesting advice on the consequences of revising the existing House of Assembly electoral boundaries from 5 electorates to 7 electorates.

TEC submission in relation to Electoral Disclosure and Funding Bill 2021

In February 2021, the Government published its final report on a review into the Tasmanian Electoral Act 2004. The Government accepted in principle all recommendations in the Review and following the 2021 State election, drafted legislation to introduce a State-based political donations scheme. During the consultation period in relation to the Electoral Disclosure and Funding Bill 2021 and the Electoral Matters (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2021, the TEC lodged a submission.

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