The Tasmanian electoral roll trial in the 2002 ATSIC elections
ATSIC elections since 1990 have used the Commonwealth Electoral Roll as a large, under-specified list of potential voters. Dissatisfaction with this arrangement within the Tasmanian Aboriginal community led to a trial roll of Indigenous electors being drawn up for the 2002 ATSIC elections in that State. This paper discusses a number of contexts in which this trial was developed. It also recounts the experience of the trial itself, which did not work out as successfully as had been hoped by...[Show more]
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