State election complaints

Any person or organisation may make a complaint about an electoral offence under the Electoral Act 1985 External link. The complaint must:

  • be in writing, and
  • establish the facts, and
  • provide evidence of the alleged electoral offence.

For more information on lodging a complaint, please refer to the State election complaints protocol.

Purpose

The Complaints Protocol establishes the standards which the Electoral Commissioner requires for formal complaints to be considered; and establishes the standards which individuals and organisations may expect to receive in their dealings with the Electoral Commission SA.

The handling of complaints under the Electoral Act 1985 (the ‘Act’) is subject to the Complaints Protocol policy of the Electoral Commission SA and the instructions for the handling of complaints regarding offences under the Electoral Act, 1985 (the ‘Instructions’).

Lodging a complaint

Any individual or organisation may make a complaint about an electoral offence under the Act. The complaint must be in writing and establish the facts and provide evidence of the alleged electoral offence.

mail:
Electoral Commissioner
Electoral Commission SA
GPO Box 646
ADELAIDE SA 5001

email:
electoral.commissioner@sa.gov.au

fax:
08 7424 7477

 

 

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