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Failure to vote notices

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has sent out 8023 apparent failure-to-vote notices to people who failed to vote at the Council elections in October 2016.

By Portal Admin - 6th February 2017 - Back to News

Latrobe City Council spokesperson: Chief Executive Officer, Gary Van Driel

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has sent out 8023 apparent failure-to-vote notices to people who failed to vote at the Council elections in October 2016.

If you receive a notice you have until 1 March to respond to the VEC. Failing to respond, or not providing a satisfactory response, may result in an infringement notice of $78.

Instructions on how to respond are printed on the back of the notice. All enquiries should be addressed to the VEC on 1300 551 575.

Media Enquiries:

Media Relations Office

Telephone: 5128 5458

For general enquiries, contact Latrobe City Council on 1300 367 700.

Source: www.gippsland.com

Published by: support@gippsland.com

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