These Handbooks explain in detail those aspects of electoral law which relate directly to candidates and scrutineers. They are intended as information aids.
A consolidated set of maps and profiles of Australia's 148 electoral boundaries.
A consolidated set of maps and profiles of Australia's 148 electoral boundaries including data from the 1991 census. A joint AEC/Parliamentary Research Service publication.
Full-colour map showing the boundaries following the 1994 redistributions. These were the boundaries at the 1996 election and include changes to Queensland, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory.
Colour coded map showing which party won which seat. Also contains the names of Members and Senators following the 1996 election.
Four printed volumes showing summary and division results. Detailed results, including polling place results are available on a CD-ROM which is only PC compatible.
The complete – but concise – compendium of federal election facts and figures from federation to the 1996 election.
A guide to assist journalists and commentators on election night. It comprises background information on the election and a user manual for the AEC's computerised election night system (TENIS).
A regular backgrounder on specific issues.
|No. 52 January 1996||Information Guide|
|No. 53 February 1996||Close of Rolls|
|No. 54 February 1996||Close of Nominations|
|No. 55 February 1996||The votes and the count|
|No. 56 May 1996||House of Representatives Results|
|No. 57 May 1996||Senate Results|
|No. 58 July 1996||Post-election 1996: Information Guide|
Political Parties: This Handbook is intended as a useful reference for party officers and others involved with the election funding and financial disclosure provisions of the CEA.
Candidates: This Handbook is intended as a useful reference for candidates and Senate groups on the election funding and financial disclosure provisions of the CEA.
Third Parties: This handbook is intended to assist persons having to complete disclosure returns for third parties.
(Third party is a term used to describe a person or organisation under an obligation to furnish a disclosure return because of indirect involvement in federal elections. Most typically this would involve making a political donation of placing an electoral advertisement.)
Broadcasters and Publishers: This is a guide for broadcasters and publishers required to submit returns under the disclosure provisions of the CEA.