Architectural Practice Board of South Australia 2020

Elected candidates
Elected 1  Enzo Caroscio
Elected 2  Dario Salvatore
Elected 3  Sarah Burge

This result was determined under the proportional representation system of counting as required under the regulations.

During the counting and distribution of votes, candidate Jock Smylie was excluded and the remaining two candidates contesting the final vacancy, Simon Frost and Sarah Burge were tied with 57 votes. At the last preceding count, candidate Simon Frost had obtained 53 votes and candidate Sarah Burge had obtained 55 votes.

Therefore, as candidate Sarah Burge had obtained a larger number of votes at the last preceding count she was elected, pursuant to Clause 2(k) of the regulations, and the outcome of the election was as follows:

Candidates First Preference Votes Elected/Excluded Votes at Election/Exclusion
SALVATORE, Dario 53 Elected 2 59
FROST, Simon 38   57
CAROSCIO, Enzo 82 Elected 1 59
BURGE, Sarah 34 Elected 3 Countback 57
SMYLIE, Jock 28 Excluded 31

More information

For more information, visit the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia (external link), or refer to the Architectural Practice Act 2009 (external link) and the Architectural Practice (Election) Regulations 2010 (external link).

District Council of Mount Remarkable - Telowie Ward

Following the resignation of a member of the Council, a supplementary election is required to fill the vacancy of Councillor for Telowie Ward.

Due to the current advices from Government and Health Authorities regarding COVID-19 the schedule for the election is currently being reviewed. Information will be published on the Electoral Commission SA website and in relevant newspapers once a schedule of election dates has been confirmed. 

Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Executive Board elections 2020


Every three years the Electoral Commission of South Australia conducts elections for the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Executive Board.

The next elections are scheduled for 2020, with Polling Day to take place on Wednesday 5 August 2020. 

There are seven electorates within the APY Lands.  A male and a female are elected to represent each electorate on the APY Executive Board. 

To vote in the APY Executive Board elections you must be Aṉangu, be 18 years of age or over, and be enrolled (registered to vote) in one of the seven APY electorates. 

It is not compulsory to vote in the APY Executive Board elections, but all eligible Aṉangu are encouraged to vote or to think about nominating for a position on the Board.  The Board makes many important decisions about your Lands, including roads, buildings, mining, and pastoral business. Voting and nominating helps to keep your community strong. 

This webpage has information about election dates, electorates, registering to vote, and how to nominate as a candidate. This page will be updated with more information as it becomes available. 


Event Date
Roll close Thursday 30 April 2020
Opening of nominations Wednesday 13 May 2020
Nominations close Wednesday 20 May 2020
Declaration of nominations Wednesday 15 July 2020
Close of voting (Polling Day) Wednesday 5 August 2020

How to enrol

To vote you must be enrolled (registered to vote) at the place you live in the APY Lands by 30 April 2020.

The easiest way to enrol or update your enrolment is online:

You can also call us on 1300 655 232 (free call) and we will send you a paper enrolment form.

How to nominate

Nominating gives you a chance to be a leader of your community. 

Nominations open on 13 May 2020 and close on 20 May 2020. 

To nominate you must:

  • Be Aṉangu
  • Have your name on the electoral roll within your electorate and live in your electorate
  • Be at least 18 years of age on polling day 
  • Be a person of good character. You will have to complete a police check and you cannot have been found guilty of a serious offence in the past 10 years. 

If you believe you are eligible and want to nominate, you will need to complete a nomination form and a national police check application form before 4pm on Wednesday 20 May 2020.

More information about nominating will be available on this webpage in April 2020.

How to vote

We will announce eligible candidates on 15 July 2020. If more than one man or one woman nominates for an electorate then we will organise an election for that electorate, and we will let you know where and how to vote. If elections are required they will be held on Wednesday 5 August 2020.

To vote in the APY Executive Board elections you must be:

  • Aṉangu
  • 18 years of age or over
  • Enrolled in one of the APY Lands electorates.

Electorate maps

There are seven electorates in the APY Lands:

More information

For more information about the elections you can call us on 1300 655 232 (free call) or email us using the contact request form.

For more information about the APY Executive Board, visit the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara website.

The legislation governing the APY Executive Board and elections is the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981.

Our website also has past APY Executive Board election results.

City of Adelaide - Central Ward

Due to the resignation of a member of the Council, a supplementary election is necessary to fill the vacancy of Councillor for Central Ward.


Event Date
Roll close 5pm, Friday 28 February 2020
Opening of nominations Thursday 26 March 2020
Nominations close 12 noon, Thursday 9 April 2020
Dispatch of ballot material to electors Tuesday 21 April 2020 to Monday 27 April 2020
Close of voting (Polling Day) 12 noon, Monday 11 May 2020
Scrutiny and count TBA

Live stream of ballot paper order for City of Adelaide election

The draw for ballot paper order for the City of Adelaide Central Ward supplementary election will be live streamed from 4pm on Thursday 9 April.

The link to view the live stream is: https://www.ecsa.sa.gov.au/live-stream

Close of roll

The voters roll for this supplementary election closed at 5pm on Friday 28 February 2020. A total of 11,689 eligible electors will be sent voting packs from 21 April.


Becoming a member of council is a great way to represent and help make a difference to your local community.

The nomination period for the vacancy of Councillor for Central Ward opened Thursday 26 March 2020 and will close at 12 noon on Thursday 9 April 2020.

If you are interested in nominating, nomination kits are available from the Council Customer Centre at 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide. Before visiting the Council please first contact the Council Liaison Officer: 

You can also download electronic copies of the relevant forms and guides below. 

To submit your nomination form electronically, you need to print the relevant form, sign it, scan it and email it to Electoral.Commissioner@sa.gov.au along with your profile statement and photograph (optional) by no later than 12 noon, Thursday 9 April 2020.

 Please note that if you choose to submit a photo you must write a statement on the back with the words ‘This is a photograph of <your name> taken within the past 12 months’, and also sign the back of the photo. 


Before completing a nomination form you are strongly encouraged to review the following handbook and the requirements for profiles and photographs:

You can also view a recorded video guide that has been produced to assist intending candidates for the City of Adelaide:

 The Local Government Association of South Australia has prepared a guide with general information about the role of local government and councillors:

Nomination forms

 If you intend to nominate as an elector in your own right you must complete and lodge LG33:

If you intend to nominate as a nominee of a Body Corporate you must complete and lodge LG34:

If you intend to nominate as a nominee of a group you must complete and lodge LG35:

Please note that late nominations cannot be accepted. It is strongly recommended that your lodge your nomination early to allow time to rectify any potential problems. 

Information in other languages

Electoral Commission SA is committed to ensuring that all South Australian electors understand how to enrol and vote at state elections. Electors who do not speak English well may require extra assistance to engage in the electoral process. 

In the following pages, information about how to vote at council elections is available in 21 languages. 





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If your language is not listed here, or if you would like more information, please call us through an interpreter. 

Phone the Translating and Interpreting Services on 131 450 and ask them to them contact Electoral Commission SA on 1300 655 232. This is a free service.

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