You can choose to print your voting papers and complete them by hand or complete them electronically.
Once you’ve completed your declaration, you will need to sign it. When you sign your declaration form you will need another person to witness you signing your voting papers. This person will also be required to provide their information and sign the witness section of the declaration form. Your witness can sign either a printed form or a digital version.
For more information on who can witness your declaration see “Who can witness my statutory declaration” below.
Your witness must be physically present when you’re signing your declaration, even if you’re completing your voting papers electronically. The process for signing your declaration electronically may vary depending on what device you are using.
If you prefer, you may still print and complete your voting papers, then scan or photograph them.