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Wednesday, 12 April 1972
Page: 1011

Senator Douglas McClelland (NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the Minister representing the Minister for the Interior, upon notice:

(1)   How many polling places are there in the State of New South Wales, situated on private property, where fewer than 50 people cast votes at federal elections.

(2)   What is the cost of maintaining these polling places.

(3)   Is it possible for any of these polling places to be transferred to a larger centre not situated on private property.

Senator COTTON - The Minister for the Interior has provided the following answer to the honourable senator's question:

(1)   204.

(2)   $6,971.

(3)   Where appropriate, polling places have already been appointed at centres where more than 50 votes may be recorded.

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