The Electoral Commission of Queensland (ECQ) is established under the Electoral Act 1992 as an independent, statutory authority, responsible for the impartial conduct of Queensland elections.
ECQ's organisational structure (PDF, 51.2 KB) ensures our efforts and resources are focused on providing quality electoral services throughout Queensland, and ensuring that our electoral system is accessible to all voters.
Staff are expected to adhere to the Queensland Public Service Code of Conduct, which establishes the principles of ethical behaviour.
Our Purpose and Vision
Our purpose is to support the democratic electoral process by preparing for, conducting and reporting on elections in Queensland.
Our vision is to be an evolving Commission, trusted and respected by the community.
|Customers first||Ideas into action||Unleash potential||Be courageous||Empower people|
ECQ contributes to the Queensland Government's objectives for the community, by delivering open, accountable and accessible electoral services for all Queenslanders.
|Objective 1||Promote awareness of and participation in electoral matters|
|Objective 2||Ensure equitable representation across Queensland electoral boundaries|
|Objective 3||Deliver fair and just Queensland elections|
|Objective 4||Drive improvements to election services|