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Electoral Rolls: Access to South Australian Electoral Rolls

Australian Electoral Rolls (Commonwealth) all States and Territories

Access to South Australian Electoral Rolls

Date

Title

Format

Location

1853

S.A. electoral rolls, 1853. District of Burra, Counties of Light & Eyre, District of Mt. Barker, District of Noarlunga, District of Stanley

Pamphlet

Storage. Request item.

1862

Electoral roll House of Assembly (Mt. Barker District)

Microfiche SA/Elec/1

Family History microfiche cabinets

1874 (incomplete)

Electoral roll House of Assembly (Wooroora District)

Microfiche SA/Elec/1

Family History microfiche cabinets

1884-1912 (incomplete)

Electoral roll House of Assembly SA/Elec/1

Microfiche. Arranged by electoral district

Family History microfiche cabinets

1884-1912 (incomplete)

Electoral roll Legislative Council SA/Elec/2

Microfiche. Arranged by electoral district

Family History microfiche cabinets

       

1913-1939 (incomplete)

Electoral roll: South Australia

Microfiche SA/Elec/3 (Commonwealth)

Family History microfiche cabinets

1909-2006 (incomplete)

Electoral roll: South Australia

Paper. Arranged by electoral district (Commonwealth 1909-2006 State 1938-1967)

Government Publications shelving

1988; 1990-1999

Electoral roll: South Australia

Microfiche. Alphabetical by family name

Family History microfiche cabinets

2000-2008

Electoral roll: South Australia

Microfiche. Alphabetical by family name

Reading Room

2009

Electoral roll: South Australia (AEC ceased publication 2009)

Paper. Arranged by electoral district

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The latest electoral roll is available to view only at both the Australian Electoral Office and the Electoral Commision of SA and access to all information is available.

Federal and State Electoral Commissions have both confirmed that due to ‘legislative changes’ copies of the electoral roll will no longer be available for sale/supply to the public (including libraries) in any format. Therefore the 2009 electoral roll for South Australia is the most recent held by the State Library of South Australia.