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Legislative Council Elections 2017

Saturday 6 May



RESULTS

Progressive results for Launceston, Murchison and Rumney.




Your Candidates

Your Launceston, Murchison and Rumney candidates.




A snapshot of the 2017 Legislative Council Elections

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What happens at election?

Legislative Council elections are held every year, for 2 or 3 divions, as part of a 6 year periodic election cycle.


Election Calendar

6pm

Monday 3 April

Issue of the Writs & Close of Roll

12 noon

Tuesday 11 April

Nominations Close

12 noon

Wednesday 12 April

Announcement of Nominations

Polling Day:

8am to 6pm
Saturday 6 May


Information for Candidates.

The 2017 Handbook and Nomination forms are available here.






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Information for Candidates

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Ways to Vote

Services to help you have your say in the Launceston, Murchison and Rumney Legislative Council elections.

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Polling Places

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Important Dates

The election calendar - enrolment close, nomination period, polling period...

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Divisions

The divisions of Launceston, Murchison + Rumney are scheduled to go to election in 2017...

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Enrolment

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What Happens at Election?

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Previous Elections

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