Making Your Vote Count


Who is running for your area

Click here to view the NT Election 2020 Who and Where Guide

Times and Places of Remote Voting

Click here to find out when the voting booth will come to your remote community

How to Vote to Protect Country this Election in the Barkly

Click here to see the Barkly Scorecard 

Example Voting Paper

When you turn up at the polling booth to vote on election day, you will be given a voting paper that looks like this example paper below.

In the gammon bushfood vote, your favourite bushfood is Kangaroo, you put it as number 1. You also love honey ants, so you put it as number 2. Goanna is your next best bushfood so you put number 3. You really hate the taste of turtle so you put it as the last number 6. You also don't like barramundi so you put that so a low number 5. You have never tried bush turkey, so you just put number 4. 

 

The NT election will be like the bushtucker vote, but you will be voting of the person you think is best to talk for you and your area. Put 1 for the person you most want to speak for you in NT Parliament, then fill all the boxes up from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6... The person you really don't want in Parliament talking for you should have the last number. 

English: How to Vote

 

Kriol: How to Vote

 

Anmatyerr: How to Vote

 

Alyawarr: How to Vote

 

More languages here: 

How to make your vote count in more NT Aboriginal languages

 

Authorised by A. Telford, Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network, Queen St Brisbane