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Ways to vote

Elector polls are conducted by postal ballot. Clarence City Council electors will each be sent a ballot pack in the mail. While voting in an elector poll is not compulsory, the TEC encourages all electors to have their say.

Where's my ballot pack?

Ballot packs were delivered to electors by Australia Post between Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 July.

If you haven't received your ballot pack, you can request a replacement.

Absent voting

If you will be away from home and unable to receive your ballot pack during the polling period, you can request a supplementary ballot pack be sent to an alternative address in Tasmania, interstate or overseas.

Requests can be received until 4pm on Friday 2 August, by calling the TEC on 1800 801 701 or emailing your details via the link below.

 Click here to email your request

Please consider postal schedules when making these arrangements. Requested ballot packs can not be posted before 10 July.

If this option doesn't suit your situation, learn what happens next  

Under the Local Government Act 1993, there is no provision that allows us to provide alternate methods to postal voting.

Replacement ballot packs

If you haven't received your ballot pack by mail delivery on Monday 15 July or require a replacement ballot pack, the following options are available:

  • From Monday 15 July, visit the Clarence City Council, 38 Bligh Street, Rosny Park (8:30 am - 5:15 pm weekdays) to collect a new pack. There is a TEC issued ballot box there for lodgement. Ballot packs must be lodged in the ballot box before 2 pm Thursday 8 August. Please keep this in mind when planning your visit.
  • Email us with your details before 4 pm on Friday 2 August and we'll send a new pack out to you (click here to email). We can send a ballot pack to any address you request.

What happens if I am unable to vote?

If you didn't receive your original ballot pack and you were unable to obtain a replacement, please don't advise the TEC. Voting in this poll is encouraged but not compulsory.

Accessible information and services

With the support of the Clarence City Council, the TEC will be providing an impartial assisted voting service for those who require assistance completing a postal ballot.

Information about this elector poll is available in accessible HTML.

Keeping your vote private and secure

How ballot envelopes work to keep your vote private and secure.

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