It’s vitally important that when people cast their vote on Saturday they are fully aware of the political parties that support the full Gonski for Tasmanian schools and those which do not.

Are you able to invest an hour or two of your time on polling day, July 2, to hand out “how-to-vote cards” and ensure people can make an informed decision about voting for education?

We’re focusing on voting booths in the northern electorate of Bass because opinion polls show it’s an exceptionally tight race in this seat between a candidate who supports Gonski and one who does not.

You can select from the locations below – simply click on a link and register.

If you’re from the south, we may be able to arrange transport for you – let us know via email (support@aeutas.org.au) and include your mobile phone number.

Here are the key polling booths:

Youngtown – Youngtown Primary School

Summerhill – Summerdale Community Hall

Prospect Vale – Residential Retirement Village Clubrooms

Riverside – Riverside High School

Prospect – St Patrick’s College

Riverside West – Trevallyn Life Church