Have your say in 2007 elections

Enrol to vote now

Later this year there is a federal election which will have a huge impact on the lives of working people – yet many NSWNA members may not be able to vote because they are not correctly enrolled.

Now is the time to fix that by checking you are on the electoral roll at your correct address.

You should check your enrolment if:

  • You are turning 18 and have never voted before;
  • You have moved house in the past two years;
  • You are not sure whether you are enrolled.

The federal election will take place later in 2007.

The election will be decided by small numbers of voters in a few key seats.

That’s why your vote can make a difference. So make sure you are correctly enrolled to vote.

It’s important to enrol as soon as possible because John Howard has changed the laws to make it harder to enrol. Once the Prime Minister calls the federal election, it will be too late to get on the electoral roll.

For more information on how to vote or to download an enrolment application form, visit the Australian Electoral Commission website at www.aec.gov.au or call (02) 6271 4411 or 13 23 26.

You can also pick up an enrolment application form at your local post office.