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2020 Territory Election
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Voting centres open now! Hospital voting Patients at Royal Darwin Hospital and the Darwin Private Hospital who are eligible to vote in either the Johnston or City of Darwin Lyons Ward by-elections will be visited by mobile voting teams on the following dates and times: Darwin Private Hospital - Thursday, 27 February 9:15am to 1:15pm Royal Darwin Hospital - Friday, 28 February 8:15am to 3:15pm Candidates and parties for either by-election will need to contact the hospitals regarding the distribution of how-to-vote material within the facilities. Note: Mobile voting teams do not carry how-to-vote material. Postal voting As at 4:00 pm on Thursday, 20 February a total of 199 postal votes were issued for Johnston and 490 for Lyons. This includes postal votes sent to prisoners eligible to vote in either by-election. All voting figures from the early voting centres, as at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, 19 February, for both the Johnston and Lyons by-elections are displayed below. Johnston by-election: Early voting centre locations Lyons Ward by-election: Early voting centre locations Subscribe Past Issues Translate
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