This article by Brigid Delany is published by The Guardian. Here is an excerpt:
The interstate polling booth in Sydney’s inner east momentarily had the atmosphere of an emergency room waiting for a donor organ to arrive.
They had run out of ballot papers for Victorian voters – and somewhere, racing through the streets of Potts Point, was a car with a fresh box of papers.
An Australian Electoral Commission official was on the phone: “Where are you? Ten minutes? Five? OK.”
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