Overview

The Australian Electoral Commission is an Australian Government agency, engaged in the operation of federal elections and referendums, and maintaining the Commonwealth electoral roll. The Commission employs approximately 830 people, operates throughout Australia, and is administered by its head office in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.

The Australian Electoral Commission performs the following major functions:

  • Conducting federal elections and by-elections.
  • Maintaining the Commonwealth electoral roll.
  • Administering compulsory enrolment and compulsory voting.
  • Determining State and Territory representation in the House of Representatives.
  • Administering election funding and financial disclosure.
  • Reporting to the Special Minister of State on electoral matters.
  • Conducting electoral information and education programs.
  • Determining electoral boundaries.
  • Providing submissions to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters.

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