The principle of 'one vote, one value' is a foundation of the democratic process in Victoria. Boundary reviews are conducted to make sure each vote has equal value in elections.
The Electoral Boundaries Commission (EBC) is an independent statutory body constituted under the Electoral Boundaries Commission Act 1982. Its role is to divide Victoria into electoral regions for the State's Legislative Council (Upper House) and electoral districts for the Legislative Assembly (Lower House).
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) conducts Victorian State elections, local council elections, certain statutory elections and polls, and commercial and community elections. We also conducts boundary reviews, maintains the Victorian electoral enrolment register, conducts electoral research, provide education services and work to engage all Victorians who are entitled to vote in the democratic process.
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