Ten candidates will contest the seat of Page in the upcoming Federal election on May 21, and on Friday, the Australian Electoral Commission drew the order they'll appear on the ballot papers.
After close of enrolment on April 18, the AEC declared 17,228,900 Australians were enrolled to vote in the upcoming Federal election.
Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers said the closing day was Australia's biggest ever day of enrolment, confirming 96.8 per cent of eligible Australians were enrolled.
"The roll has increased in pure number terms by 804,652 since the previous Federal election in 2019, a rise of 4.9 per cent," Mr Rogers said.
The roll has increased in pure number terms by 804,652 since the previous Federal election in 2019.- Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers
"In the close of rolls week, approximately 100,000 people were added to the roll with 617,000 other eligible Australians updating their details.
"Around 80,000 young Australians aged 18-24 jumped online in the week after the election was announced, resulting in 88.1 percent of that age cohort being ready to have their say this May," he said.
"Australians stepped up, AEC staff worked hard to validate and process enrolments, and our systems coped well with the load."
There are 5,472,469 people enrolled to vote in NSW, and certified list for the election shows 122, 915 were enrolled to vote in the Page electorate.
Postal voters are urged to contact the AEC as soon as possible to allow time for electoral papers to be delivered.
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