Here’s how easy it is to show your concern about Australia’s immigration policy:
At any federal, state or local election, you will receive the relevant ballot papers. (The illustrations here relate to a federal poll.) With these papers in hand, walk into the privacy of a voting booth. Then:
- Fill in the squares for your valid vote on each paper.
- At the top of each ballot paper, write REDUCE IMMIGRATION. If you write in the clear blank space, you cannot invalidate your vote.
- Fold each of the papers, walk out of the voting booth, and drop them into the correct ballot boxes on your way out … so easy!
Examples are shown here:
The REDUCE IMMIGRATION message is written anonymously in the clear blank space at the top of the ballot paper.