AEC SCRUTINEERS HANDBOOK PDF

Candidates may not act as scrutineers for themselves. Candidates may appoint scrutineers to represent them at polling booths by completing a Scrutineer Undertaking form. The form must be signed by the candidate a fax of the signature is acceptable. The name and address of the scrutineer must be given.

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Candidates may not act as scrutineers for themselves. Candidates may appoint scrutineers to represent them at polling booths by completing a Scrutineer Undertaking form. The form must be signed by the candidate a fax of the signature is acceptable. The name and address of the scrutineer must be given.

Scrutineers carry out an important role in ensuring integrity in the conduct of elections. It is crucial that scrutineers have a clear understanding of their role.

The Scrutineers Handbook is designed to help scrutineers undertake their role effectively. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of scrutineers and includes information on what to do before, during and after polling day. The AEC acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters, culture and community.

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As a scrutineer, you need a clear understanding of your role, including what you can and cannot do under the law. This handbook is designed to help you, before, during and after election day, to be as effective as possible as a scrutineer. Remember, you can play a signifcant part in helping to ensure, as far as possible, that every vote cast in an election counts. The AEC acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters, culture and community.

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