Voters Voice provides information about the enrolling and voting process for Victorian voters who have a complex communication difficulty, English language or literacy issues, or those who use Auslan. This version is provided specifically for the 24 November 2018 Victorian State election by the Victorian Electoral Commission.
Information in various easy to understand formats (written, audio, visual and Auslan) on how to enrol and vote correctly
An electronic communication board for voters who cannot speak or have difficulty making themselves understood; it contains pre-prepared phrases and can be used to ‘speak; or ‘show’ the relevant response to election staff at the voting centre
Alert notifications and reminders at key points during the election period
a Voting Centre Locator, allowing the voter to find their two nearest election day voting centres or their nearest early voting centre and get directions
The ability to automatically request an enrolment form
The ability for multiple voters to add their details and use the app
The ability to provide direct feedback to the Victorian Electoral Commission about the app.
Please note: this app does not provide information about candidates standing in the election – nor can it be used to cast a vote.
• a voting centre locator, which can navigate to the nearest voting centre based on the user profile, GPS of the device, or an entered address
• the ability to check your Victorian enrolment status
• the option to automatically have an enrolment form mailed to you
• additional voting-related phrases
• multiple user profiles
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.