State Elections

I cycle – I vote

Return to this page when State Elections are imminent; we will have more information about your state election.

The ACP has qualified as a political party and aims to put forward candidates in all 6 states in each of the State Elections.

What’s next?  To realise our goal we face two major challenges:

  1. Identifying at least one qualified candidate from each state.
  2. Raising sufficient funds for the ongoing functioning of the ACP and for election preparation expenses.

What can you do to help?

1. If you are not already a member, please consider becoming one – you can sign up now

2. Whether you are a member or a potential donor, please respond positively to our upcoming fundraising drives.

3.  If you or someone you know may be interested in being a candidate, please send a brief CV, relevant qualifications and your personal motivation for being a candidate to candidate@icycleivote.com

 

Election Results

NSW Elections

 NSW Election Results 2015 – Legislative Assembly

~ Balmain            4th position of all parties; 2.03% of all formal votes

~ Newcastle        5th         1.70%

~ Newtown         5th         1.82%

~ North Shore     5th         1.81%

~ Willoughby      4th         1.79%

~ Wollongong    7th         1.23%

In the NSW parliament upper house election (2015), the ACP received 21,280 votes.

VIC Elections

 VIC Election Results 2015

~ Refer to Australian Electoral Commission

State Elections Schedule

State elections are usually held every four or six years and are conducted by the State’s Electoral Commission.

 

The next State election will be held in:

NSW      2019                                               www.elections.nsw.gov.au

VIC         Saturday, 24 November 2018      www.vec.vic.gov.au

SA           Saturday, 17 March 2018             www.ecsa.sa.gov.au

WA         TBA                                              www.elections.wa.gov.au

TAS        every six years                               www.tec.tas.gov.au

NT          Saturday, 27 August 2016             www.ntec.nt.gov.au

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