Liberal MP Jason Falinski says there are a “number of issues” with Australia’s election process.
“There are a number issues that I have with the way that our elections are carried out,” Mr Falinski told Sky News Australia.
He said these include number of polling booths within electorates and the amount of people allowed to do pre-poll voting.
“Pre-poll is only meant to be for people who genuinely cannot vote on the day,” he said.
“The rules are clear about this, you are not allowed to pre-poll unless you will not be, or not be able to get, to a polling booth on the day.”