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Can’t get to a polling booth

Polling day for the 2019 Cheltenham and Enfield by-elections is Saturday 9 February. On that day polling booths will be open in your electoral district between 8am and 6pm. 

For those voters who are unable to get to a polling booth on polling day, a range of options are available depending on your location and circumstances.

EARLY VOTING

Early voting centres (pre-poll) will be open from Tuesday 29 January until Friday 8 February. Please note, at by-elections only voters with a valid reason are entitled to vote early. 

To view the locations and opening hours of early voting centres, read more >>

POSTAL VOTING

In order to vote by post, you need to complete an application for a postal ballot pack
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Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 7 February.

Voters located interstate and overseas can vote by post, but take into consideration postal delivery times and the final date for receipt of your ballot paper : 16 February 2019.

For more information about postal voting, read more >>

INTERSTATE VOTING

Being out of the state doesn’t mean you have to miss out on voting at the 2019 Cheltenham and Enfield by-elections. You can vote from interstate by voting in person at one of our interstate voting locations.

For more information about interstate voting, read more >>

VOTING IN HOSPITAL OR A NURSING HOME

To allow voters who are residents of hospitals, nursing homes and other similar institutions the opportunity to cast a vote in person at the by-elections, trained electoral visitor teams will visit local institutions in early February 2019. Patients and residents of these institutions may also apply for and cast a postal vote.

For more information about which institutions we visit and when, read more >>


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