Taskforce advice provides assurance on 2022 federal election

Updated: 26 July 2022

The Board of the Electoral Integrity Assurance Taskforce (the Taskforce) has provided formal advice to the Australian Electoral Commissioner, Tom Rogers, following return of the writs for the 2022 federal election.

“The Board has advised Taskforce agencies did not identify any foreign interference, or any other interference, that compromised the delivery of the 2022 federal election and would undermine the confidence of the Australian people in the results of the election,” Mr Rogers said.

Protecting the integrity of Australia’s electoral processes is critical to maintaining public trust in Australia's democracy. “The work of the Taskforce plays a vital role in protecting and preserving Australia’s electoral integrity and I am pleased to be able to share this advice with all Australians,” Mr Rogers said.

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For more information about the Taskforce, see: aec.gov.au/integrity-taskforce