Exclusive: Rodney Croome, Kerryn Phelps and Ivan Hinton-Teoh blame flaws in the process after forms sent to old postboxes

Prominent LGBTI advocates Rodney Croome, Kerryn Phelps and Ivan Hinton-Teoh have all complained that their marriage law survey forms went to the wrong addresses and have raised fears some Australians will miss out on a vote.

The trio each told Guardian Australia that their forms went to old post office boxes, despite all of them updating or checking their enrolments with the Australian Electoral Commission before the 24 August deadline.

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