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The aim of the Tasmanian Electoral Commission is to provide all Tasmanians with a convenient opportunity to exercise their right to vote and to ensure that their votes are counted accurately and transparently.

The Commission undertakes the conduct of elections and referendums, public electoral information programs and more.


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2020 Legislative Council elections

In 2020, elections were held for the divisions of Huon and Rosevears on Saturday 1 August.

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Do you think you have the skills to manage an election?

We are looking to appoint Returning Officers and Assistant Returning Officers for elections in 2021 and 2022.



Received a notice of failure to vote from the TEC or an infringement notice from MPES for not voting?



Glamorgan-Spring Bay Council by-elections

By-elections, conducted by postal ballot, were held to fill vacancies for Mayor and one Councillor on the Glamorgan-Spring Bay Council.


Clarification about the counting process 



2020 Legislative Council elections

In 2020, elections were held for the divisions of Huon and Rosevears on Saturday 1 August.



Interested in working at an election?

Apply to be included in our election casual register.

A wide variety of short-term opportunities available across the state.


Who Represents You?

Use this simple search tool to learn who currently represents you at each level of government.



CC&T Gateway - Education Resources

A collection of free electoral education resources with a Tasmanian flavour.


390 231

Tasmanians
Enrolled to Vote

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5

House of
Assembly
Divisions

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15

Legislative
Council
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29

Local
Government
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