Elections ACT is an independent statutory authority responsible for conducting elections and referendums for the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly. Our mission is to provide the ACT community with high quality electoral services that ensure fair and open elections and referendums.
The final report prepared by the Expert Reference Group on the size of the ACT Legislative Assembly was presented to the ACT Chief Minister on 28 March 2013...
Casual vacancy in the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body to be filled by countbackThursday, February 28th 2013 EST
The Chairperson of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body has notified the ACT Electoral Commissioner that one of Elected Body’s members, ...
All Australian citizens over 18 are required by law to enrol and vote.
You can enrol if you are 16 or over but you can’t vote until you turn 18.
Remember, it is a legal requirement to update your enrolment when your details change. If you don’t, you could be removed from the electoral roll and be unable to vote.