- Peter Dutton says crosses should be considered a No vote in the Voice to Parliament referendum.
- The Australian Electoral Commission says some ticks will count, but not crosses.
- Australians are asked to write Yes or No on the ballot paper.
Opposition Leader Peter Dutton says voters should be able to validly use a tick or cross on their ballot paper for the Indigenous Voice referendum, accusing the Yes camp of attempting to “skew” the vote.
The comments come after Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers unintentionally triggered a debate by telling Sky News “a tick will be accepted as a…