2022 local electoral calendar

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2022 local electoral calendar
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This local electoral calendar for 2022 lists the subnational elections held in 2022. Referendums, recall and retention elections, and national by-elections (special elections) are also included.

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January

February

Australia, New South Wales by-elections, Fifty-seventh Legislative Assembly 2019–2023

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