A computer glitch within the Australian Electoral Commission is causing a few headaches at pre-polling booths, including the one in Goulburn.
But it's nothing the team down there cant handle said returning officer Lars Gudiksen.
"It is a computer issue in Sydney that is also affecting us," he said.
"It means we can't mark off voters online at the pre-poll booth, so we have reverted to a manual system of marking people off against electoral rolls, like we used to.
"Sometimes the old methods work fine."
Also, another citizen has raised concerns about the location of the pre-poll booth in Goulburn at 238 Sloane St.
They say it is a dangerous due to a high volume traffic and restricted parking access.
"A couple crossing the road to vote were nearly collected by a B-Double truck," Bob Stephens said.
"The busy street is proving an obstacle for voters with little parking in front of the booth.
"For this reason the Labor Party has decided that their workers will park away from the front of the booth for public safety. The Labor Party urges other parties to do the same. If we free up the area in front of the booth, people will be able to park in front and vote safely."
Mr Gudikesen responded to this concern by saying once the how-to-vote volunteers moved their vehicles away there was plenty of parking.
""We have a few rushes like everywhere else but generally we are coping," he said.
The pre-poll booth is open until March 22.
Applications for postal voting close on March 18.
The electorate of Goulburn has 57,491 eligible voters.