In 2019, electors enrolled in Montgomery, Nelson and Pembroke have the opportunity to shape their state. Elections are being conducted for one member for each of these Legislative Council divisions. The elected members will serve until the 2025 periodic elections.
Issue of the Writs & Close of Roll
Announcement of Nominations
You will need to vote in TWO separate elections this May.
You need to vote in the Legislative Council elections on Saturday 4 May as well as the upcoming and separate Federal election. Remember, voting is compulsory. Your vote can shape your state.
The Commission has approved a new ballot paper configuration to trial at the 2019 Legislative Council elections. The new configuration shows both instructions above the list of candidates. The Commission agreed to trial the new configuration in light of the broad concerns in relation to the configuration of the Hobart City Councillor ballot paper.
Nominations have closed
On this page you’ll find the handbook, nomination forms and requirements regarding campaigning and nominating.
New in Feb 2019: The TEC has updated its policy on candidate expenditure with changes to the reporting of re-used election material.
New in Apr 2019: Following amendments to the Electoral Act 2004, newspapers may now publish electoral advertising and commentary on polling day. The Candidate booklet has been amended to reflect these changes.
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Montgomery, Nelson and Pembroke candidates have been announced...Learn more
Handbook + other information...Learn more
Services to help you have your say in the Montgomery, Nelson and Pembroke Legislative Council elections.Learn more
Find your nearest polling place on polling day...Learn more
The divisions of Montgomery, Nelson and Pembroke are scheduled to go to election in 2019...Learn more
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The elections begin with the enrolment period and the issue of the ...Learn more