By the Numbers
One thing about elections: there's more than one number at stake. Indeed, there are numbers aplenty.
Here are some of the key figures involved in Newfoundland and Labrador's 2007 election.
|Approximate number of electors:||364,000|
|Number of districts:||48|
|Approximate number of polls:||1,600|
|Elections Newfoundland and Labrador's budget for this election:||About $3.5 million|
|Temporary staff hired by electoral office:||About 4,500|
|Standings when the house dissolved:||34 Progressive Conservatives,|
1 New Democrat,
|Base salary of a member of the house of assembly, as of July 1:||$92,580|
|Number of general elections since Confederation in 1949:||16, until 2003|
|Hours in which ballot boxes are open:||12 (from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., NT)|
|Annual budget of the house of assembly:||$12.44 million|
|Greatest number of candidates to run in one election:||166, in 1993, the last election in which there were 52 districts|
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