Can’t get to a polling booth

Polling day for the 2018 State Election is Saturday 17 March. On that day polling booths will be open across the state 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:

PRE-POLL VOTING

 

Pre-polling closed at 5pm on Friday16 March 2018. It is now too late to Pre-poll vote for the 2018 South Australian State Election.


Pre-poll voting centres will be open from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm from Monday 5 March until Friday 16 March, at a limited number of locations across the state. Please note, at state elections only voters with a valid reason are entitled to vote early. 

 

For more information and the locations of pre-poll voting centres, read more >>

POSTAL VOTING

Applications for postal votes closed at 5pm on Thursday 15 March 2018. It is now too late to apply for a postal vote for the 2018 South Australian State Election.

For more information about postal voting, read more >>

INTERSTATE AND OVERSEAS VOTING

Being out of the state doesn’t mean you have to miss out on voting at the 2018 State Election. You can vote from interstate or overseas by: applying for and casting a postal vote, or voting in person at one of our interstate and overseas voting locations.

For more information about interstate and overseas voting, read more >>

REMOTE VOTING

Our mobile polling teams will offer voting services at 29 locations across remote and regional South Australia between 7 March and 16 March 2018. Voters in remote South Australia can also apply for and cast a postal vote.

For a list of locations, dates and times for remote 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 State Election, trained electoral visitor teams will visit a large number of institutions between 7 March and 16 March 2018. 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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