Hepburn Shire Council by-election
c/- Victorian Electoral Commission
Level 11, 530 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Requests for redirection must be received by 5.00 pm Thursday 21 February 2019.
I have multiple properties—do I get multiple votes?
Each enrolled voter has one vote for the Coliban Ward by-election.
If own more than one property in Coliban Ward and you:
are on the State electoral roll within the ward, it is compulsory to vote for that address
are not on the State electoral within the ward, but you are enrolled directly with Council, you can nominate which property you wish to vote for. If you did not nominate a property before 4.00 pm on Friday 1 February, the Council will choose one for you.
Assistance for voters with a physical, sensory or cognitive impairment
There are a number of different types of assistance available for voters.
Can I have a large print or braille ballot material?
If you are blind or have low vision, and have not already registered, you can register to receive either large print or braille ballot material. To register, please call (03) 8620 1122 by Wednesday 20 February 2019. Late registrations cannot be accepted.
you will be 18 years of age or over on Saturday 30 March 2019, and
you live in Coliban Ward, and
you are on the State electoral roll for your present address.
You may also be enrolled to vote for this by-election if you have previously applied directly to Hepburn Shire Council, or if you own or pay rates for a property or corporation within Coliban Ward.
If you recently moved into Coliban Ward and did not update your address details before Friday 1 February you may not be able to vote in this election.
If you recently moved within or moved out of Coliban Ward and did not update your address details before Friday 1 February you will be sent a ballot pack for your previous address.You must vote for your old address or risk a fine.