When to object
Voters, party agents and ward candidates can object to:
- a voter being given too many ballot papers;
- a voter being refused a ballot paper; or
- the conduct of a voting officer, party agent or any other person.
Party agents and ward candidates can object to any irregularities or inaccuracies in the:
- sorting of ballot papers;
- counting of votes or determination of results; or
- verification procedure.