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June 27, 1964
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Elections were held in the Australian state of Victoria on 27 June 1964 to elect the 66 members of the state's Legislative Assembly and 17 members of the 34-member Legislative Council. The Liberal and Country Party (LCP) government of Premier Henry Bolte won a fourth term in office.
Victorian state election, 1964 Wikipedia
The election produced almost no change in the electoral balance.Members in italics did not recontest their seats.
In addition, Labor retained the seat of Broadmeadows which it had won from the LCP at the 1962 by-election.