Organisation : Australian Electoral Commission (aec.gov.au)
Facility : Commercial Election Service Fee
Country : Australia
Details : http://www.aec.gov.au/About_AEC/AEC_Services/Fee_for_service.htm
Home Page : http://aec.gov.au/
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Commercial Election Service Fee :
The AEC can plan and conduct the entire election or ballot process, ensuring a fair electoral system and maintaining a secret ballot.
Related / Similar Service : AEC Silent Elector
The AEC requires that any potential client agrees to the AEC’s minimum standards.
The minimum standards are :
** The ballot will conducted as a secret ballot.
** The AEC will only conduct an Election or Ballot in its entirety, from announcement to declaration.
** Voters will be informed of the event concerned.
** Each voter will have one vote, subject to the client’s rules, regulations or constitution.
** Voters will be provided with a reasonable opportunity to vote.
** There will be provision for the appointment of scrutineers.
** The names on the roll of voters are only available for viewing by candidates and scrutineers under AEC supervision.
** The ballot material will be retained by the AEC until the close of the period for challenging the ballot.
The AEC conducts elections and ballots either by attendance or post and cover a range of votes including workplace agreement ballots, elections and polls (yes/no ballots).
Clients for whom the AEC has conducted elections and ballots include private and public sector organisations, employer and industry associations, unions and clubs. The AEC will not accept an election or ballot if there is insufficient capacity to perform the services.
Why use the AEC for your election or ballot?
The AEC is an independent provider of election services. The AEC has proven experience and skill in elections and ballots. Our reputation means you can trust the results because all AEC elections are run with complete integrity and professionalism.
What are the costs involved?
The cost of the election or ballot will vary according to whether they are conducted by :
** attendance or post
** the number of electors
** the complexity of the election or ballot (interpretation of organisational rules)
** the complexity of the voting system (i.e. yes/no, first past the post, preferential)
** the number of voting locations
** the times that polling will occur.
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