Voice voting is the technology that lets people vote for their preferred candidates by simply tapping their phone.
But it’s not the only option available in Australian elections.
The ABC has found the process to be complex and unreliable, while the system is used by only a small number of voters.
The technology was used by voters in the US to elect the president in 2016.
The process is complicated, unreliable and the results can be unreliable, the ABC understands.
The system is being used by just a small minority of voters in Australia.
The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is currently considering the application for a special election.
It has been widely criticised for using voice voting in some cases, including the Queensland state election in April.
It also has an election in New South Wales and Victoria in November and December, with the option of running the election by mail.
The AEC told the ABC it was considering the possibility of using voice vote in the 2018 election.
“Voice voting is currently being considered for the Queensland State Election.
This will be a matter for the AEC in due course,” the AFCA told the organisation’s website.
The application to run the election in Queensland was rejected, but the AFA is hopeful that the AECA will reconsider.
The issue of voice voting was raised during the NSW election, where the Aussie party United Future and a rival party used voice voting to win the state seat of Bondi.
“In Queensland, we’re currently using voice votes for the election of the state assembly,” the candidate wrote on the United Future website.
“The AEC will take a view on this in due process and we will be announcing this decision at the appropriate time.”
The ABC understands the application to use voice vote was rejected.
“It would have been an interesting challenge to get the AEA to agree to a new ballot system, but that is not the AEDC’s role,” the Australian Electoral Commissioner told the media in November.
The Queensland election was won by the United Force party, which won its seat by a single vote.
AEC Commissioner, John Griffiths, said it was the first time he had seen an application for voice voting for an Australian election, although he was familiar with it.
“What we do know is that we have been using voice ballots for the past 20 years in a number of other jurisdictions around the world,” Mr Griffiths said.
The AFA has also used voice vote to elect state council members in Victoria. “
So we have used voice votes in many other jurisdictions in Europe and the US and in some countries in Europe as well, so this is a very unusual case in Australia.”
The AFA has also used voice vote to elect state council members in Victoria.
A spokesperson for Victoria’s AEC said the AFI and United Force candidates had been contacted for a formal response.
“This is a unique opportunity to use the Australian electoral process for the first election in decades, and to provide Australians with a voice on the ballot paper,” the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson did not explain why the AEF and United Forces candidates were not allowed to use a voice ballot.
“Victoria is the only Australian jurisdiction where this is being considered,” the representative said.
However, it is not yet clear how much support the AAEC is likely to receive for its application.
The ACT has a separate election to elect its assembly members, but this is not currently on the ABC’s ballot paper.
The decision could be made in due time.
The Electoral Commission is expected to decide in the coming months on whether or not the application can be considered.
If the AEEC were to reject the application, it could result in a delay to the election and could be a significant setback for the Labor Party.