Thanks to COVID, the upcoming Monaro by-election will be a bit different to State elections we’re used to.

While voting remains open at six prepoll locations in Queanbeyan, Cooma, Bungendore, Braidwood and Jindabyne, and you’ll still be able to vote in person on the 12th, the Electoral Commission want to make it easy for everyone to vote.

If you’re on the electoral roll in Monaro, over the next two weeks you will receive a ‘postal vote pack’. This will include a ballot paper and instructions on how to fill it out.

You’ll need to fill out the ballot paper and a declaration form before 6pm on 12 February, then send it back to the Commission in the mail.

The NSW Electoral Commission must receive the envelope before 6pm on 25 February for your vote to count.

If you don’t receive your ballot paper yet, or would like more information on postal voting please complete the form below or contact the NSW Electoral Commission on 1300 135 736

Remember, at this election, you only need to number one box, so just vote 1.

I’d love your support to get across the line – so when you’re filling out your ballot paper either at home or in the polling booth, just vote 1 Nichole Overall.

Fill out the form below to sign up for postal vote applications, information on the the Monaro byelection and more information on how to keep Monaro strong






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