EasyVote Card & App

The EasyVote Card and App are designed to make your voting experience easier and faster.Phone1

If you bring the app or card with you to the polling booth, the polling official will use the unique information to quickly find you on the electoral roll and mark off your name. 

Where can I get the app?

The EasyVote Card App is available in the Google Play and iTunes app stores:

ApPStore    GooglePlay 

How much does the app cost?

It is available free of charge.

What is the difference between the app and the card?

The card contains your personal information and a list of your nearest polling booths on the back.

The app contains your personal information and nearest polling booths, but also includes mapping of all polling booths, waiting times, information about candidates, and instructions on how to vote.

All enrolled South Australians are sent a printed EasyVote Card by default. However, if you download the app prior to 23 February 2018 you will not be sent an printed EasyVote Card in the mail. This helps reduce environmental impact, cost, and provides you with additional information to help you vote.

What do I do with the app or card?

Bring either one with you when you vote! 

When you go into a polling booth, you will be asked for your name and address. 

You don’t have to show your EasyVote Card or App, but if you do, you will be marked off the roll quicker, get to the voting compartment quicker.

How do I set up the app?

In order to fully activate the app you need to enter your personal information as it appears on the electoral roll. This includes your full name, date of birth and address.

If you enter your information and it says ‘We couldn’t find a match’, try the following troubleshooting tips:

  1. Make sure you only enter your street name in the address field. Do not enter your street number.

  2. Make sure the name you enter is the same as it appears on the electoral roll. You may need to include your middle name, for example, if you are enrolled using a middle name.

  3. Make sure you have not entered any extra spaces in any of the fields.

  4. Some users have reported difficulty using the ‘date of birth’ field on Android devices (such as Samsung smartphones). The date of birth calendar is the default Android interface. Make sure you click on the year at the top to select your year of birth.


Frequently Asked Questions


I’m a Silent Elector, will I be able to link myself on the App?

No. If you have a suppressed address then you will not be able to link yourself on the App and as there is no address linked, you will not be able to find candidate details for your district. You will still be able to find polling places and look up details about voting in South Australia. 

Does having the App mean I can vote online?

No. This is a digital version of the paper EasyVote Card sent in the post. It makes voting at the polling booth quicker and easier, however it does not allow you to vote online.

If it is not for online voting, then why should I download the App?

Information – it contains lots of useful stuff like a map of your nearest polling booths, your candidates, and waiting times at your booths.

  • Environment – better for the environment as every download eliminates the need to print an EasyVote Card.
  • Cost – It saves the cost of postage and production of an EasyVote Card.
  • Convenience – Download the App and check that your details on the electoral roll are correct.

Is the App secure?

The EasyVote Card App does not collect any elector information. When an elector links their details, the app confirms that persons details as they appear on the publicly available electoral roll. The EasyVote Card App simply replaces the paper EasyVote Card that is sent to every elector in the post as well as providing additional information such as polling places, candidate details and how the election process works.

I was able to link myself in the App however my details are incorrect.

Each time you change your address you will need to update your details on the electoral roll. The quickest and easiest way to do this is electronically by clicking here. Alternatively, you can get an enrolment form from any Australia Post Outlet or we can send one to you.

I have an apostrophe or hyphen in my name

Some users have reported difficulty linking their details in the App if they have an apostrophe or hyphen in their name. This issue has now been resolved through an update. If you have already downloaded the App, simply update it through the relevant Google Play or iTunes App stores and try linking your details again.

Having issues locating your details ?

We have found, in limited cases, that electors have been able to link their details in the App by using all capital letters. If you are having difficulties, give this a go.

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