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New South Wales State Election 2019

New South Wales State Election 2019

The New South Wales State Election will be held on Saturday, 23 March 2019.

You cannot cast your vote in person at the Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong.

If you will be overseas on Election Day, there are a number of ways to cast your vote.

 iVote online and telephone voting

 Early Voting Centre  

 Postal Vote

 

1) Check Enrolment

Confirm your enrolment online: https://www.vote.nsw.gov.au/enrolment

 

2) Vote

The New South Wales State General Election will be held on Saturday 23 March 2019. You cannot cast your vote in person at the Australian Consulate-General Hong Kong. If you will be overseas on Election Day, there are a number of ways to cast your vote.

a) iVote online and telephone voting 

The iVote system for remote electronic voting will be available for electors who will be overseas at the time of the State General Election on Saturday 23 March 2019. To register and vote using the iVote system,

 visit the iVote website
   (please note the keys dates for the iVote system)

 or call +61 2 9290 5287 (outside Australia)

You cannot cast your vote in person at the Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong.

b) Early Voting Centres

Early Voting Centres are only available in Australia.

You can vote in the two weeks before Election Day at an early voting centre. Early voting centres will operate within NSW from 11 to 22 March 2019.

A list of all early voting centres, including operating hours, is available on the NSW Electoral Commission website.

c) Postal Voting

Postal votes and applications must be mailed to the NSW electoral commission in Australia.
(not the Australian Consulate-General Hong Kong)

Applications for postal voting are available from the NSW Electoral Commission website. You can complete your application online, or you can complete the application form and return it to NSW Electoral Commission no later than 6pm (Hong Kong Time, 3pm) Monday 18 March 2019

Postal vote ballot papers will be available from 11 March and must be returned by 6pm (Hong Kong Time, 3pm) on Wednesday 27 March.

 

3) More Information

For further information on the iVote system, visit the iVote website, or from outside Australia call +61 2 9290 5287.

For general election enquiries, visit the New South Wales State Election website.