Timely Reminder: Check Your Enrolment To Vote

Canberra is embroiled in yet another leadership debacle and we could have a new Prime Minister before the end of the week. A new Prime Minister could mean an early election and so now’s the time to see if you’re enrolled to vote.

Leadership spills in federal government are happening often enough that you can use them as reminders to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. Although as we head towards the second spill in a week, you don’t need to rush out and grab more 9V batteries.

The latest challenges to Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership are making the chances of an early election dramatically shoot up. Voting in Australia is compulsory, to ensure everyone gets a voice and a snag from the local sausage sizzle.

Electoral rolls close seven days after an election has been called. Don’t get caught out by chaos in Canberra, you can check your enrolment with the Australian Electoral Commission.

If you aren’t enrolled to vote then you can enrol to vote online here. If you are enrolled to vote but your details are out of date, you can update them here.

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