The arguments for and against the Voice to Parliament have been published on the Electoral Commission’s website.
The YES campaign said the Voice will give Indigenous Australians a say on matters which affect them, and won’t be able to be abolished with the stroke of a pen.
Meanwhile, the NO campaign said it’s risky, unknown and could lead to bigger changes.
Assistant Treasurer Stephen Jones said people will also get something in the mail.
“They’ll receive an official mailout, which will provide the the YES and NO cases in an official pamphlet,”he said.
Mr. Jones has conceded the YES campaign has some work to do in convincing undecided voters to support the Voice Referendum.