A disclosure log is a summary of information released by the NSW Electoral Commission in response to a formal access application under the GIPA Act. It allows people who are looking for the same or similar information to have access to it without having to undertake a formal access application themselves.
A disclosure log is part of the open access information that agencies are required to make available and is a requirement under section 25 of the GIPA Act.
The NSW Electoral Commission has determined that the information referred to in its disclosure log may be of interest to other members of the public.
Our disclosure log is updated as information is released by the NSW Electoral Commission under the GIPA Act. Please note that the disclosure log refers only to information requested at a point in time and may not be the most up-to-date information available about a particular topic.
For access to any of the information listed in the disclosure log, please contact the NSW Electoral Commission’s Right to Information Officer.
Updated: 23 March 2021
|Reference number||Date application decided||Description of information released|
|LM2017/300||20/09/2017||Documents relating to Dungog Shire Council concerning the referendum questions asked on 9 September 2017.|
|LM2017/343||7/12/2017||Candidate Information Sheets of the elected candidates at the Local Government Elections held in 2016 and 2017.|
|LM2018/12||15/02/2018||Documents relating to a candidate who contested at the 2008 election of the Local Government NSW Executive Committee.|
|LMS2019/286||10/01/2020||Information relating to the estimated costs (per council) for conducting the 2020 local government elections.|
|LMS2022/31||06/04/2022||The name of the person appointed as the registered officer and the deputy registered officer respectively for the Shoalhaven Independents Group in respect of the period between 1 July 1999 and 1 July 2004.|
|LMS2022/62||06/05/2022||Information relating to the number of electors in each local government area that did not vote in the 2021 local government elections.|