2019 federal election: what happens if you didn't vote

Orlander  Ruming
By Orlander Ruming
Updated May 18 2019 - 2:56am, first published 2:46am
Voting has been compulsory in the federal election since 1924.

Those who didn't vote in the federal election face a $20 fine from the Australian Electoral Commission.

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Orlander  Ruming

Orlander Ruming

Deputy editor

Hi, I'm the deputy editor at Dubbo's Daily Liberal. I've worked as a journalist at the Daily Liberal for a number of years, covering all that's happening at council, as well as politics, human interest stories, community news and everything in between.

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