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Council elections
All Singleton residents are eligible to enrol and vote in the Local Government elections.

Ordinary elections are held every four years, usually on the second Saturday of September.

The next general election will be on Saturday 12 September 2020. For all election information visit the NSW Electoral Commission website.

All elected members must lodge a declaration listing all political donations received and electoral expenditure incurred. A register of these declarations is available on the NSW Electoral Commission website.

NSW State Election Reminder Facility
This facility allows electors to register for an email and/or SMS to be sent whenever a Local Government or State Parliamentary (not Federal Government) election event for which you are enrolled is pending. The information provided will also be used by the NSW Electoral Commission to contact citizens as part of electoral enrolment and/or election event processes.

Register for the reminder service

Work at an Election

The NSW Electoral Commission offers opportunities to work at state and local government elections. Work is available on election day and throughout the election period, the weeks before and after election day. 

Working at an election is a great opportunity to learn new skills and meet people, while you also play a valuable part in contributing to democracy. The NSW Electoral Commission look for staff to work as election officials during the election period. Staff receive training, support and a competitive pay rate.

The NSW Electoral Commission is currently looking for people to apply to work at the NSW State Election.  For more information or to register your interest go to http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/working_at_elections

Singleton Council
PO Box 314 Singleton NSW 2330
Ph: 02 6578 7290