The Commissioners will take all objections, comments and suggestions into account before arriving at their final determination. Once made, that determination is binding.
To help you understand the electoral boundary review, you should consider reading:
- Commissioners' fact sheets
- past electoral boundary reports
- what is a submission
- submissions made during previous reviews
- electoral enrolment statistics
- Part IIA of the Electoral Act 1907.
Information to include
Your submission should:
- address the relevant factors and the electoral enrolment figures
- provide an alternative option for the Commissioners to consider if possible.
Evidence that you have community support for your alternative option or submission is also desirable.
A submission must be written. There is no limit to how long or short a submission can be. It can include diagrams, maps or other illustrations.
You must submit your written submission before the closing time on the specified day.
You can :
- Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deliver your submission to Level 2, 111 St Georges Terrace, Perth
- Post it to GPO Box F316 PERTH WA 6841
- Fax it to (08) 9214 0455.
What happens to your submission
Once the objections period has closed, your submission will be made available for everyone to read. They will be published on this website and will also be available for viewing at the Office of the Electoral Distribution Commissioners in Perth.
The Electoral Distribution Commissioners will consider all submissions during their deliberations. They may contact you if they need more information about your submission.
Your submission will be kept on the website as a public document for future reviews.