How the Illawarra voted on the Voice referendum day

Connor Pearce
Updated October 14 2023 - 6:38pm, first published 5:18pm
A lone voter casts their ballot at the Port Kembla Public School voting station. Picture by Robert Peet
A lone voter casts their ballot at the Port Kembla Public School voting station. Picture by Robert Peet

There may have been corflutes, volunteers handing out how to vote cards and even a visit from the Prime Minister, but the Voice referendum day was a very different kind of voting day in the Illawarra.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Federal Political Reporter at The Canberra Times

Federal Political Reporter working for The Canberra Times from the parliamentary press gallery. Something to get off your chest? Connor.pearce@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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