Local Government elections are held every four years and the Wyndham City General Election will take place on Saturday 24 October 2020.
Four Councillors will be elected to represent the Harrison Ward, four Councillors will be elected to represent the Chaffey Ward and three Councillors will be elected to represent the Iramoo Ward.
Council Elections are conducted by the Victorian Electoral Commission and are held via postal voting with ballot material sent to voters in October 2020.
Council's Election Period Policy 2019 is a requirement of section 93B of the Local Government Act 1989 (‘the Act’) and has been developed to ensure that Wyndham City Council’s local general elections, and subsequent elections, are conducted in a manner that is ethical, fair and equitable and are publicly perceived as such.
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The Victorian Electoral Commission provides a comprehensive candidate handbook that describes the election process and timelines. This handbook is currently still being developed and will be available in coming weeks. The candidate handbook explains the requirements of becoming a candidate and includes forms to be completed by candidates.
For more information on becoming a council election candidate please visit VEC – Becoming a council election candidate.
- VEC (Victorian Electoral Commission)
- LGV (Local Government Victoria)
- VLGA (Victorian Local Governance Association)
- MAV (Municipal Association of Victoria)
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