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State political lines redrawn

12 Nov 2013

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A major overhaul of all state electoral boundaries has seen changes made to the Albert Park electorate.

The changes mainly affect the southern border of the electorate, with Albert Park losing electors from St Kilda Road, and Elwood, but gaining a section of St Kilda.

Overall, the electorate has been reduced by more than 8000 voters and has gone from being well above the state average size to about 5 per cent below it.

We now have 39,350 voters in the Albert Park electorate.

The electoral changes will come into effect for the state election next year.

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