A postal vote information pack for Huon and Rosevears voters is hoping to reduce the number of voters in polling places on May 30.
The state's electoral commission has no power to defer the 2020 Legislative Council elections.
The postal votes hope to provide safer access to voting, allow people in quarantine to vote and reduce the number of people attending polling booths.
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Electoral commissioner Andrew Hawkey said it was doing everything it could to ensure the safety of the public.
"The commission is very mindful of the difficult, uncertain and continually changing circumstances we are in as a community, as a state and as a nation."
Voters will receive an information pack in the mail regarding their possible entitlement to vote by post.
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To apply voters will need to complete an application form and return it in a free reply-paid envelope.