Step 2 – Electronic Voting

Our aim is to put the power into the hands of the people to determine the course our government must take. To do that, the people must have an easy and fast way to make their will known to our elected representatives. We can achieve this through electronic voting in referendums and plebiscites.


With the growth of the Blockchain we are developing an electronic voting system to work on the blockchain that will protect voters from electoral fraud and scammers. This voting system will be available on the internet to all mobile and desktop users.

The system will detect any attempt at a duplicate log in and send a message to the person or persons trying to log in unsuccessfully to report to their local Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) office to have their identity verified. Read how it works with CIR here

Non-Electronic Voting

Not all Australians have access to digital or electronic devices. Therefore, local post offices will provide voting forms that can be collected, voted on, and mailed into the local AEC office. These votes will be entered into the blockchain voting system, with manual oversight by independent checkers.

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The Cost

Current governments point to the huge cost of implementing an electronic voting system as an excuse for not implementing one. The political parties inflate costs so that they can line their pockets.

In fact, an electronic voting system would cost very little to implement, because our founder, Mike Holt, has over 40 years experience in the IT business. He believes we could implement an electronic voting system for less than $100,000. Compare this estimate to the ridiculous hundreds of millions of dollars the Australian governments, both ALP and LIB, have quoted us in an attempt to dissuade us from gaining a secure, online voting system.

The reason we are proposing that an independent body like Advance Australia manage the e-voting system is because the government and its agency the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) have demonstrated they are incapable of managing even a simple electronic voting system, let alone a sophisticated and secure one like we are developing.

Once we, the People of the Commonwealth, establish a People’s Parliament in Common Law, we will reorganize the AEC to make it directly accountable to the people, with an oversight committee elected by the people in each community.

We also believe that government should govern, not get involved in matters it is not qualified to dabble in, such as social behaviour, language use, and other matters that should only be decided on by the people involved in consultation with their community if necessary.


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