Voter Information

Voter registration closes 1 September are you enrolled?

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Your vote is essential if we are to create a Freo for All.

You may be eligible to vote in the coming local government election if you:

 

1. Own property in Fremantle

  • You are entitled to one vote in the Council election for every ward in which you own property
  • You are also entitled to one vote in the Mayoral election
  • Regardless of how many properties you own in any ward, one vote per ward in the Council and one vote in the Mayoral elections is the maximum
  • If your enrolment on the State Electoral Roll is under the same address as a property you own, you are automatically enrolled to vote in the Fremantle election for that property, but to get any other votes you are entitled to, you should fill out an Enrolment Eligibility Claim
  • Fill in one Enrolment Eligibility Claim form per property other than the one shown on the State Electoral Roll

2. RENT OR LEASE PROPERTY IN FREMANTLE

  • If you hold a lease or rental agreement for property(s) in Fremantle, you are eligible for one Council election vote in each Ward where you rent or lease
  • The rental or lease agreement must be valid for at least the next three months
  • You are also entitled to one vote in the Mayoral election
  • Regardless of how many properties you lease or rent in any ward, one vote per ward in the Council and one vote in the Mayoral elections is the maximum
  • If your enrolment on the State Electoral Roll is under the same address as a property you rent or lease, you are automatically enrolled to vote in the Fremantle election for that property, but to get any other votes you are entitled to, you should fill out an Enrolment Eligibility Claim
  • Fill in one Enrolment Eligibility Claim form per property other than the one shown on the State Electoral Roll

3. Are nominated to vote

  • If the owners or occupiers, or the body corporate that manages a property, are not represented on the State or Commonwealth Electoral Rolls, they can nominate two people to vote in the coming election
  •  Nominees are entitled to one vote in the Council members' election for every ward in which they are nominated
  • Nominees are also entitled to one vote in the Mayoral election
  • Regardless of how many properties you are nominated for, one vote per ward in the Council and one vote in the Mayoral elections is the maximum