Did the Morrison government try to suppress voting in the Northern Territory? | Australian election 2022 | The Guardian

Did they restrict voting?

In October 2021, the Coalition introduced a bill to require the electoral commission to ask voters for identification.

Turnout in Lingiari is down from 73.70% in 2016, to 72.85% in 2019, to 66.8% in 2022 (although this may increase slightly as final declaration votes are counted).

Verdict

While some criticism of the Coalition’s attempted voter ID bill is justified,

Source: Did the Morrison government try to suppress voting in the Northern Territory? | Australian election 2022 | The Guardian

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