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Electing the Parliament

Electing the Parliament

In New South Wales, State Government elections are held on the fourth Saturday in March every four years. At State elections, the people of New South Wales elect Members of Parliament to represent them in the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council. After the election the political party, or coalition of parties, that has the majority of Members elected to the Legislative Assembly, becomes the Government.

Who can vote in New South Wales?
Electoral districts in New South Wales
The voting system in New South Wales State elections
Steps in an Election for the New South Wales Parliament - Diagram
Federal electorates and Elections
Local Government
Referendums
Electoral Funding