Federal elections will be held on Saturday, May 21, with all South Australia voting at 8am and closing at 6pm sharp. View the full list of voting booths here.
Federal elections will be held on Saturday, May 21, with all South Australia voting at 8am and closing at 6pm sharp.
Polling booths are located in local schools, churches, community halls and public buildings.
Australian Electoral Commission staff will be on hand to oversee voting.
There will be a range of Covid-19 safety measures at polling stations, including the requirement for election staff to be vaccinated and wear face masks.
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On the day itself, physical distancing and the use of disinfecting hand gel are encouraged.
People vote for their local House candidates to represent their local area, as well as Senate candidates to represent your state or territory.
To vote for the House of Representatives, you must number each box on the ballot paper.
For the Senate, you vote on who represents your state or territory.
The easiest way to vote is to select your favorite parties or groups, who elect their own individual senators.
This is voting below the line. You must pick at least your six best picks, or at least 12 people if you vote below the line.
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Originally published as Complete List of Voting Booths in SA: Where to Vote