Get your election enrolment sorted this week
QUEENSLAND Premier Campbell Newman has called the election for Saturday, January 31 but if you want to vote, you have just four days to sort out your enrolment.
Enrolment and voting is compulsory for Federal, State and local government elections but your name must be on the Queensland electoral roll and the rolls for this election close this Saturday, January 10.
You need to be enrolled within the electoral district where you reside in order to vote and you will need to provide proof of identity if you are voting for the first time,
It is your responsibility to keep your enrolment records up to date and correct and you can check your enrolment online.
To enrol for the first time, get back on the roll, or change your address you can enrol online.
You will need to provide evidence of your identity. You can use your driver's licence, Australian passport number or have someone who is enrolled confirm your identity.
You are eligible to enrol if you are:
an Australian citizen, or eligible British subject,
aged 18 years and over, and
have lived at your address for at least one month.
If you wish to vote while overseas there is a separate form, also available online.
Which political group would you vote for if a State a election where held today?
This poll ended on 13 January 2015.
Liberal National Party
Palmer's United Party
Katter's Australia Party
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.