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Voting and elections

  • Queensland State election

    The results of the 2017 Queensland State election have been declared.

  • How the voting system works in Queensland

    Find out more about the two voting systems used for electoral events in Queensland.

  • Enrolling to vote

    If you are eligible to vote, you must enrol and vote in all government elections. Find out about enrolling, changing your enrolment details, or what to do if you’ve been removed from the roll.

  • Electoral districts

    Queensland is divided into 89 electoral districts—a Member of Parliament (MP) represents each district.

The Electoral Commission Queensland is an independent body responsible for the impartial conduct of state and local government elections in Queensland. Other responsibilities include:

  • ensuring fair electoral boundaries for elections
  • administering the public reporting of political parties’ income and expenditure
  • maintaining the electoral roll
  • increasing public understanding of our democratic system.
Last updated
8 December, 2017
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