This is only a practice voting tool, you will still need to vote in the federal election.
This practise voting tool is designed to help you cast a valid Senate vote. The tool depicts a sample ballot paper only. The number and name of parties and Senate candidates for the federal election will be declared by the AEC during the election period at a public declaration of nominations.
Select numbers using the drop down fields contained within the boxes on the sample ballot paper below. When you believe you have completed a valid vote, click the 'check my ballot paper' button at the bottom of the ballot paper. To cast a valid Senate vote, you can choose to vote either above the line or below the line.
Number at least 6 boxes for parties or groups in the order of your choice (with number 1 as your first choice).
Number at least 12 boxes for individual candidates in the order of your choice (with number 1 as your first choice).
You can number as many additional boxes as you choose when voting either above the line (i.e. more than six boxes) or below the line (i.e. more than twelve boxes).