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The ‘yes’ vote for same-sex marriage in the McMillan electorate reached a resounding 62.7 per cent in favour, beating the Australian average ‘yes’ vote by a per cent, but slipping in just under the Victorian vote of 64.9 per cent.
Over 98,000 McMillan voters took part in the ABS survey, or 81.4 per cent of those eligible.
McMillan MP Russell Broadbent has been quoted in August this year as saying he believes marriage should be between a man and a woman, but that he would support whatever decision the people came to. His office has been contacted for comment.

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