How to use
Vote Victoria
2010 Victoria State Election
Download the free
Vote Victoria
app from the App
Store
Then open the app
from your home
screen.
Your app will start
up, displaying this
screen.
You will need to
“allow” the app to
access your
location to help
find your closest
voting centres.
Before 27
November, it will
open up with your
three closest early
voting centres.
Click on the map
option in the top
right...
The map will auto
zoom to show your
current location.
Your nearest
voting centres will
display as purple
pins.
You can zoo...
If you select a
single voting
centre it will bring
up the address as
well as a blue
arrow.
This arrow links to
Google Maps...
You will be warned
that you will exit
the app to go to
Google Maps
directions.
Note Google Maps
will show
directions for
t...
If you click on
Election Day -- or if
you access the app
on 27 November --
the app will display
the 10 closest
voting cent...
From 6pm on
election day you
can track the live
count.
The app will
display provisional
real-time first
preference counts
...
More Info connects you to
different parts of the VEC
website, including the virtual
tallyroom and frequently
asked questio...
We love feedback.
Let us know what you
think of Vote Victoria and
any suggestions.
Thanks!
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Vote Victoria is an application to help voters find where to vote and to keep an eye on election results during the 2010 Victorian State Election.

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How to use Vote Victoria - 2010 Victoria State Election

  1. 1. How to use Vote Victoria 2010 Victoria State Election
  2. 2. Download the free Vote Victoria app from the App Store Then open the app from your home screen.
  3. 3. Your app will start up, displaying this screen.
  4. 4. You will need to “allow” the app to access your location to help find your closest voting centres.
  5. 5. Before 27 November, it will open up with your three closest early voting centres. Click on the map option in the top right hand corner to see the voting centres near you.
  6. 6. The map will auto zoom to show your current location. Your nearest voting centres will display as purple pins. You can zoom in and around the locations.
  7. 7. If you select a single voting centre it will bring up the address as well as a blue arrow. This arrow links to Google Maps for directions from your present location.
  8. 8. You will be warned that you will exit the app to go to Google Maps directions. Note Google Maps will show directions for travel by car and walking.
  9. 9. If you click on Election Day -- or if you access the app on 27 November -- the app will display the 10 closest voting centres to your location, in your district. On election day, voting centres will only display if you are in Victoria.
  10. 10. From 6pm on election day you can track the live count. The app will display provisional real-time first preference counts by party, at state- wide and district level straight from the VEC tally room. It will be updated every five minutes.
  11. 11. More Info connects you to different parts of the VEC website, including the virtual tallyroom and frequently asked questions.
  12. 12. We love feedback. Let us know what you think of Vote Victoria and any suggestions. Thanks!
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