An anonymous Greens competitor in Victoria's decision faces an allegation of genuine sexual wrongdoing yet will in any case show up on vote papers with voters unaware.
The charge was made in writing to state party pioneer Samantha Ratnam at 8.26am today.
"The Greens consider claims of this nature critical," the gathering said in an announcement.
"At 10.12am Samantha Ratnam actually reached the complainant to affirm that their message had been gotten, was being considered important and that quick moves were being made to start an examination in accordance with concurred forms."
The lady has requested to stay mysterious and "keeping in mind her we don't feel it's fitting to make any further remark", the gathering said.
The applicant has been requested to "pull back from all crusade related exercises" by the gathering while examinations proceed. It's hazy if this implies the man's candidature speaking to the Greens proceeds.
He and the electorate he is challenging, have not been named.
In excess of a million people have just casted a ballot in the race.