Are you a Valid Voter?
5 ways to ensure you're a Valid Voter:
- On page 1 of the Enrolment form, when asked for your residential address, it is important to note that your residential address is the address of the electorate that you are currently residing in and want to vote in. If you want to vote in your ‘home’ (parents’) electorate, you must put your parents’ address. If you want to vote in the Dunedin Local Body Elections, you must put your current residential address. We encourage you to do the latter – Dunedin is your home as well!
- On page 1 of the Enrolment form, when asked if you have resided for the last month at your recorded residential address, if you have not resided in your recorded residential address for the past month, you must tick ‘no’ and fill out Section C on page 2 of the Enrolment form.
- On page 1 of the Enrolment form, when asked for your date of birth, make sure you put your date of birth and not the current date.
- On page 1 of the Enrolment form, when asked for your contact telephone, the Electoral Commission prefers cellphones over home phones.
- On page 1 of the Enrolment form, when asked for your name, make sure you give your legal name, not nick-names or shortened names
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