How to vote Socialist Equality Party

6 September 2013

The Socialist Equality Party (SEP) is standing a Senate group of two candidates in each of New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. Voters cast their votes for the Senate on the large white-coloured ballot paper.

To guarantee that you cast a valid vote for the SEP, first find the “Socialist Equality Party” group ABOVE the thick black line on the Senate ballot paper. Then, simply write the number 1 in the box for the Socialist Equality Party group. Do not mark any other boxes above the line, and DO NOT number any of the boxes below the thick black line.

If you think you have made a mistake, do not hesitate to inform the polling booth officials that you need another ballot paper. This is your right.

In New South Wales, the SEP candidates Nick Beams and Zac Hambides are Group “AE”. Write the number 1 in the box for Group “AE” ABOVE the thick black line. Click here to download our How-To-Vote card for NSW.

In Victoria, the SEP candidates Patrick O’Connor and Tania Baptist are Group “AK”. Write the number 1 in the box for Group “AK” ABOVE the thick black line. Click here to download our How-To-Vote card for Victoria.

In Queensland, the SEP candidates Mike Head and Gabriela Zabala are Group “J”. Write the number 1 in the box for Group “J” ABOVE the thick black line. Click here to download our How-To-Vote card for Queensland.

In South Australia, the SEP candidates James Cogan and Peter Byrne are Group “A”. Write the number 1 in the box for Group “A” ABOVE the thick black line. Click here to download our How-To-Vote card for South Australia.

In Western Australia, the SEP candidates Peter Symonds and Joe Lopez are Group “E”. Write the number 1 in the box for Group “E” ABOVE the thick black line. Click here to download our How-To-Vote card for Western Australia.

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