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Thursday, 14 June 1928

Mr PARKHILL - Electors are frequently called from their own State at short notice. In such an event they might be unable to record their vote on polling day. It is not sufficient to say that they could vote by post, for we all know that certain formalities which are associated with postal voting are not known to the average elector. I hope that the Minister will not oppose our disagreeing to the Senate's proposals. A little inconvenience to electoral officers should not weigh too much with us when considering the interests of the electors.

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