Elections and parties in Norfolk Island
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Norfolk Island elects on territorial level a legislature. The Norfolk Legislative Assembly has 9 members, elected for a three-year term. The only political party on Norfolk Island is the Norfolk Island Labor Party, which is led by Assembly member Mike King.
At the election on 17 March 2010 the following residents were elected to the 13th Assembly:
- Tim Sheridan (934 votes)
- Craig Anderson (813 votes)
- Andre Nobbs (717 votes)
- David Buffett (576 votes)
- Melissa Ward (554 votes)
- Michael King (545 votes)
- Lisle Snell (472 votes)
- Rhonda Griffiths (459 votes)
- Robin Adams (452 votes)
- "Sydney Morning Herald, "Norfolk Island May Lose Self Governance http://www.smh.com.au/national/norfolk-island-may-lose-selfgovernment-20100512-uy9e.html 13 May 2010"
- "Election 2010". Norfolk online. Retrieved 2010-04-11.
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