Monday, 18 March 2019
NSW State election - early voting now underway across the State
Early voting for the NSW State election is underway at early voting centres across the State.
Voters who are eligible can vote in person at an early voting centre, use iVote (internet and telephone voting) or do a postal vote.
The eligibility criteria for each early voting option varies and can be found at elections.nsw.gov.au
Applications for iVote and postal voting can be completed at registration.ivote.nsw.gov.au
NSW Electoral Commissioner John Schmidt reminded voters that applications for postal votes close at 6pm tonight, Monday, 18 March 2019.
“Postal ballot papers must be completed by 6pm on Saturday, 23 March and returned by 6pm on Wednesday, 27 March,” he said.
“iVote applications will remain open until 1pm on election day.
“Voters using iVote internet and telephone voting will be able to cast their vote until 6pm on election day.
“Early voting at early voting centres continues until 6pm on Friday, 22 March 2019.
“Voters who wish to vote at an early voting centre can find locations and opening hours of early voting centres at elections.nsw.gov.au
“Sydney Town Hall is an early voting centre for every electoral district in New South Wales.”