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What should you do if you receive an Apparent Failure to Vote Notice? These notices are a ‘please explain’, not a fine but it’s important not to ignore them. The Victorian Electoral Commission have created a series of videos to explain in 11 languages. Find all 11 videos on their Facebook page at: facebook.com/electionsvic/videos/?ref=page_internal

Didn’t vote in the local council elections in 2020? You may receive an Apparent Failure to Vote Notice in the coming weeks. This is a ‘please explain’, not a fine. Please do not ignore this notice, you have 28 days to respond or risk an $83 fine. Read more: https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/didntvote
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