Elections & Referendums

The White House

Board of Trustees, Elections and Referendums

About Us

The Board of Trustees is a statutory group of 3 persons to oversee the physical and digital infrastructure of the White House. It also regulates and manages all elections and referendums in the White House. Members of the Board are elected by the White House. The Clerk to the Board makes sure all legal duties are met and issues formal meeting information and is appointed by the Board.

What we do

The Board of Trustees has various statutory and regulatory responsibilities in the White House. The Board has a statutory duty to 'monitor the proper functioning of the legal organs of the White House'. The Board shall regulate and oversee all elections, provide democracy education, deal with all registrations of groups and campaigns and enforce the various laws relating to elections and democracy.

We also write reports on every election and referendum to take place in the White House. You can view these by following the links below.

Key legislation

The Board of Trustees has a statutory duty to enforce the following laws:


Elections Portal

The elections portal was setup by law to provide for digital and secure voting.

Submit Feedback

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Meeting Records

You can view all our meeting and voting records here.

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