State Election 2006: Eastern Metropolitan Region results summary (Distribution of Preferences)

The proportional counting system is used when more than one person is to be elected. It ensures that the required number of candidates are elected in proportion to their support in the electorate. Candidates must win a specific proportion (or quota) of votes to be elected. This report shows the first preference votes for each candidate cast each each Voting Centre

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Published (Metadata Record) 10/06/2016
Last Updated 10/06/2016
Organisation Victorian Electoral Commission
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Data Temporal Coverage: 25/11/2006 to 25/11/2006