South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board

Elections for the South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board are held every four years. The board has one member for each of the following electoral zones - Central Electoral Zone, Northern Electoral Zone and Southern Electoral Zone.

The role of the South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board is to provide an effective system of managing surface water of the non-urban lands in the South East, by conserving, draining, altering the flow of, or utilising that water in any manner.

Results

South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board election results - 20 June 2016 (PDF 7 kB)

More information

For more information, visit the South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board (external link), or refer to the South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Act 1992 (external link).

Architectural Practice Board of South Australia

Elections for the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia are held every three years. The board is composed of three elected members and four other appointed members.

Results

Architectural Practice Board of South Australia - 2016 (PDF 66 kB)

More information

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

Superannuation Boards

Elections for South Australian government Superannuation Boards are held every three years and are composed of electing members to the Super SA, Funds SA and Super SA Select Boards. Supplementary elections, for one or more Board Members, may be held if one or more positions becomes vacant.

Results

Super SA Board election results - 27 August 2015 (PDF 46 kB)
Funds SA Board election results - 27 August 2015 (PDF 50 kB)
Super SA Select Board election - due to no nominations received, no election was held.

More information

For more information, refer to the Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia Act 1995 (external link) or the Superannuation Act 1988 (external link).

2018 state election results

2018 State Election Results


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House of Assembly district results

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2018 Superannuation Boards election

Elections for South Australian government Superannuation Boards are held every three years and are composed of electing members to the Super SA, Funds SA and Super SA Select Boards.

2018 Superannuation Boards Election timetable

Date Activity
Friday 15 June 2018 Roll closes
Monday 25 June 2018 Nominations open
12 noon Friday 13 July 2018 Nominations close
Monday 30 July 2018 Ballot opens
9.30am Friday 24 August 2018 Ballot closes
Friday 24 August and Monday 27 August 2018 Scrutiny and count of ballot papers
Monday 27 August 2018 Declaration of Elections
Tuesday 4 September 2018 Election Results

Nominations

Nominations may be made from Monday 25 June 2018 but must reach the Returning Officer by NO LATER THAN 12 NOON FRIDAY 13 JULY 2018.

Nomination forms may be obtained from the Electoral Commission of South Australia, Level 6, 60 Light Square, Adelaide or phone: 7424 7400.

Nominations must be made on the approved form and signed by at least three persons eligible to vote in the election.

Who can vote?

Your superannuation account held with Super SA or SA Police Super entitles you to vote in either one or more elections. Voting is voluntary.

How to vote?

Voting is by post.

You will be posted a voting pack from Monday 30 July 2018 that will include:

  • ballot paper(s)
  • candidate profiles
  • an instruction sheet
  • an envelope for your ballot paper(s)
  • a reply paid envelope.

If you lose or spoil your ballot paper(s), contact the Electoral Commission SA on (08) 7424 7400.

The voting method for these elections is optional preferential. For your vote to count, place the number 1 in the square opposite the candidate who is your first preference. You may indicate further preferences for the other candidates by placing consecutive numbers in the squares opposite their names, commencing with the number 2.

You must only use numbers to vote or the ballot paper will not count.

Returning your ballot paper(s)

Once you have completed your ballot paper(s):

  1. Place the ballot paper(s) in the ballot paper envelope provided.
  2. Seal it.
  3. Sign the ballot paper envelope flap.
  4. Place the ballot paper envelope in the reply paid envelope and seal it.
  5. Post it (no stamp required) so that it reaches us no later than 9.30am on Friday 24 August 2018.


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