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How do I contact AEC?

How do I contact AEC?

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Who runs the Australian electoral Commission?

Australian Electoral Commission

Agency overview
Minister responsible Special Minister of State
Agency executives Mr Tom Rogers, Electoral Commissioner The Hon. Dennis Cowdroy AO, QC, Chairperson Dr David Gruen, Non-judicial member
Parent agency Department of Finance

How many electoral divisions are there in Victoria?

There are 88 electoral Districts in Victoria. Voters in a District elect one Member of Parliament (MP) to represent them in Victoria’s Legislative Assembly, also known as the Lower House.

What does the AEC do?

The AEC maintains an impartial and independent electoral system for eligible voters through active electoral roll management, efficient delivery of polling services and targeted education and public awareness programs.

Does the AEC send text messages?

The AEC will send you correspondence in regards to your enrolment via email, letter or SMS. We may send you the email, letter or SMS: about your enrolment query. about an enrolment application you have submitted.

What does AEC mean in Australia?

The Australian Electoral Commission The AEC is responsible for the operation of the federal electoral system in Australia, which includes: conducting federal parliamentary elections and referendums. maintaining the Commonwealth electoral roll under arrangements with State and Territory electoral bodies.

Who controls the AEC?

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is managed by the NSW State Manager except during election periods, when an AEO for the ACT is appointed. Divisional offices are responsible for electoral administration within each electoral division.

What is the smallest electorate in Australia?

At 32 square kilometres (12 sq mi), it is Australia’s smallest electorate, located in the inner-southern Sydney metropolitan area, including parts of the inner-west.

Who won the 2019 election Australia?

The 2019 federal election was held on Saturday 18 May 2019. The Liberal-National Coalition, led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, won a majority in the House of Representatives with 77 of the 151 seats and 51.5 per cent of the national two-party preferred vote, a net increase of one seat on the 2016 election result.

What is the role of the Australian Electoral Commission?

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is responsible for providing the Australian people with an independent electoral service which meets their needs and encourages them to understand and participate in the electoral process.

How can I update my electoral details in Victoria?

VoterAlert is a free SMS and email reminder service for Victorian State and local council elections. To update your contact details or sign up for VoterAlert, go to our ‘Check my enrolment’ portal.

Who is the Electoral Commission for the Northern Territory?

The AEC manages the electoral roll and can help you enrol or update your details. For all other election information please contact the Northern Territory electoral commission, who conduct state and local government elections in the Northern Territory.

What is the role of the VEC in Victoria?

The VEC aims to employ and develop people who represent the diversity of the Victorian community, demonstrate impartiality and integrity, and are committed to delivering the highest standard of professional and effective electoral services.