Postal voting applications have opened for the South Australian First Nations Voice to Parliament Election.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living in South Australia will soon have the chance to vote on who will represent them in the South Australian First Nations Voice to Parliament.
Only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living in South Australia can vote in the South Australian First Nations Voice to Parliament Election on March 16.
Electoral Commission of South Australia (ECSA) Director of Communications James Trebilcock said on March 16 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders on the South Australian Electoral roll can vote to choose people to represent their community for the South Australian First Nations Voice to Parliament.
“If you cannot make it to one of the 30-plus polling booths on election day, there are other ways to make sure you can cast your vote, including postal voting, early voting and mobile polling,” he said.
“Postal vote applications are now available to download at savoiceelection.sa.gov.au or by calling ECSA on 1300 655 232. Additionally, you can pick one up at your local post office if you live outside the Adelaide Metro Area.
“Complete your postal vote application and return it to the Electoral Commission of South Australia to receive your postal voting pack.
“Postal voting packs containing your ballot papers will be sent out via post and will arrive in letterboxes from Monday, March 4, 2024.
“There will be 13 early voting centres open across the state from Wednesday, March 6 until Friday, March 15.
“Make sure you vote in the South Australia First Nations Voice to Parliament Election. Check out where, when and how to vote at savoiceelection.sa.gov.au.”