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A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Lowe on 13 March 1982. This was triggered by the resignation of former Liberal Party Prime Minister and MP William McMahon.The by-election was won by Labor Party candidate Michael Maher.The election occurred during the Franklin Dam controversy in Tasmania, which had broad national support; 12% of voters wrote 'No Dams' on their ballot papers

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  • A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Lowe on 13 March 1982. This was triggered by the resignation of former Liberal Party Prime Minister and MP William McMahon.The by-election was won by Labor Party candidate Michael Maher.The election occurred during the Franklin Dam controversy in Tasmania, which had broad national support; 12% of voters wrote 'No Dams' on their ballot papers
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  • A by-election was held for the Australian House of Representatives seat of Lowe on 13 March 1982. This was triggered by the resignation of former Liberal Party Prime Minister and MP William McMahon.The by-election was won by Labor Party candidate Michael Maher.The election occurred during the Franklin Dam controversy in Tasmania, which had broad national support; 12% of voters wrote 'No Dams' on their ballot papers
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  • Michael Maher (politician)
  • Philip Taylor
  • Frederick Martin
  • Robert Cameron
  • Maggie Lee
  • Robert Webeck
  • Charles Bellchambers
  • Stephen Kirkham
  • Peter Consandine
  • John Penninger
  • Katherine Wentworth
  • Maddalena Gustin
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