General Manager’s Electoral Roll

PLEASE NOTE: the Tasmanian Electoral Commission (TEC) has advised the close of electoral rolls for the 2022 Tasmanian Local Government Elections is 5pm on Thursday 8 September 2022. You can find more information on the TEC’s website here.

The General Manager’s Roll is a list of people who are eligible to vote in local government elections, even if they don’t live in the Glenorchy municipality. 

You may be eligible for the General Manager’s Electoral Roll if: 

  • you are a resident in the Glenorchy municipality, but not eligible for the State electoral roll (for example, because you are not an Australian Citizen), or
  • you own or occupy land in Glenorchy, but do not live in Glenorchy (e.g. you lease a shop or own a property), or
  • you are the nominated representative of a corporate body which owns or occupies land in Glenorchy.

A voter, in an election in respect of one municipal area, has a maximum of two votes:

  • one vote is in their own right, and
  • one vote is on behalf of a corporate body

How to enrol for the General Manager’s Electoral Roll

To apply to be on the General Manager’s Roll, you need to complete one of the following forms:

Completed forms can be:

  • delivered to our Customer Service Centre, located in Council Chambers, 374 Main Road, Glenorchy (open from 8:30am to 5pm weekdays), or
  • Mailed to: Executive Assistant to the General Manager
    Glenorchy City Council
    PO Box 103
    GLENORCHY TAS 7010, or
  • Emailed to: gccmail@gcc.tas.gov.au

Enrolment on the General Manager’s Roll is not automatic. If you have recently updated your enrolment – thank you. If you have previously registered for the General Manager’s Roll in Glenorchy but need to update your enrolment details, you are required to re-register using the attached forms to ensure your details are up-to-date.

The Tasmanian Electoral Commission has more information about local government elections, and the upcoming 2022 local government elections on its website.

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