"On 8 September 2012, 4.8 million voters across 152 councils went to the polls to elect mayors, councillors, and to vote on a variety of referendum questions. On the whole, these elections went smoothly with few complaints or areas of concern. Nevertheless, such a large event will always raise issues of interest and this Inquiry pursued these matters on the 2012 local government elections ... The Committee ... has made recommendations to remove the eligibility criteria that are required for voters to cast a postal vote or a pre-poll vote. It also recommends that technology assisted voting (or iVote) is made available to all electors for the 2016 local government elections. In addition, the Committee recommends that councils be given the option to conduct its elections via a postal ballot rather than by attendance voting."--Page iv.
Terms of reference
List of findings and recommendations
Chapter one: Introduction
Chapter two: Legislative and administrative framework
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