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2020 Territory Election
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Johnston by-election early voting statistics Monday, 17 February: 102 Tuesday, 18 February: 118 Wednesday, 19 February: 166 Lyons Ward by-election early voting statistics Monday, 17 February: 78 Tuesday, 18 February: 67 Wednesday, 19 February: 299 Rapid Creek Shopping Centre: Campaign exclusion zones Click on map for larger view The first week of voting has provided the NT Electoral Commission and Rapid Creek Shopping Centre management an opportunity to review arrangements regarding campaigning. The Electoral Act 2004 prohibits campaigning within 10 metres of the entrance to an early voting centre. This arrangement regarding campaigning at early voting centres is also subject to what the owners of the business premises permit. The owners of the early voting centres in both Darwin and Casuarina have banned campaigning while Rapid Creek has permitted campaigning in designated areas. The Rapid Creek Shopping Centre management has requested that shop and stall owners have unrestricted access for their customers during the early voting period and especially the market on Saturday and Sunday. Therefore Subscribe Past Issues Translate
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