2024 State Election


Final results for the divisions of Bass, Braddon, Clark, Franklin and Lyons.

What's happening now?

All election counts have been completed. View final results by division or a statewide summary of elected candidates. Declaration of the poll ceremonies will be held on Tuesday 9 April. Candidates, media and the general public are welcome to attend.

Updated: 3:52 pm Saturday 6 April 2024

A general election for the House of Assembly was held on Saturday 23 March 2024.

Tasmania has 5 divisions: Bass, Braddon, Clark, Franklin and Lyons. For each division, 7 members will be elected to serve a term of office of up to 4 years.

Voting is compulsory.

Ways to vote

You can vote in person at a polling place on polling day if you are in Tasmania. Options are available for electors who are interstate or overseas.
Polling closed at 6 pm on Saturday 23 March.

Election night tally room

The Tasmanian Electoral Commission will once again be hosting a tally room on polling night, in the Federation Ballroom at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, 1 Davey St, Hobart.

This event is open to the public, doors open at 6 pm. It is anticipated that results from polling places will be available from around 6:45 pm.

Election calendar 2024

Wednesday 21 February

Issue of the writs, close of enrolment, and candidate nominations open

12 noon 
Thursday 29 February

Candidate nominations close

12 noon 
Friday 1 March

Announcement of nominations  

Monday 4 March

Early voting commences

Friday 15 March

Postal vote applications close

Saturday 23 March

Polling day

7 or more to make your vote count

You now need to number at least 7 boxes when you vote in the upcoming Tasmanian State Election. This is because the number of members in Tasmania's House of Assembly is increasing from 25 to 35, with each division increasing from 5 members to 7. Voting is compulsory, so make sure yours counts.

The candidates

Nominations closed at noon on Thursday 29 February. Candidate details were published shortly after noon on Friday 1 March. The draws for ballot paper column order were then conducted and the lists updated later that afternoon.

Frequently asked questions

Try our FAQ page for answers to commonly asked questions about voting, enrolment, employment, campaigning and more.


Rolls for this state election closed at 6 pm Wednesday 21 February 2024. You will be required to vote under the enrolment details recorded as at that time.

Further information is available to assist you if you need to enrol to vote or update your enrolment for future elections.

Information for candidates

If you wish to stand as a candidate in this state election, nominations will be open from the issue of the writ, 6 pm Wednesday 21 February 2024, and close at 12 noon on Thursday 29 February 2024.

A range of information is available to help you understand the eligibility requirements and nomination process. You'll also find guidance on the rules that candidates must follow.

Postal ballot papers for the division of Lyons

A message from the Tasmanian Electoral Commissioner.


The writs

A writ is a document which carries the Governor's instruction to conduct an election and specifies key election dates.

  Bass [PDF, 302KB]
  Braddon [PDF, 1.8MB]
  Clark [PDF, 452KB]
  Franklin [PDF, 438KB]
  Lyons [PDF, 448KB]

Related information


Profiles and maps of the five divisions.

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Who represents you?

A search tool to learn who currently represents you at each level of government.
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Previous elections

Results of previous elections and recounts.
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Media releases

Latest news from the TEC.

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