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The 12.6 million votes cast will be counted and released before parliament can look to pass same-sex marriage into law.
The returned ballots amounted for 78.5 per cent of the population, a strong response from the public.
If the 'No' campaign unexpectedly win, it is highly unlikely the government will introduce the bill and it will largely be dead as far as the Coalition are concerned.
It has been a long, damaging and divisive campaign that has affected many in our community,' she said in a statement on Monday.'This counselling is available to all VPS staff staff at all times to support them if they need it - the marriage equality survey has provided an opportunity to remind staff of this service.'Victorian Equality Minister Martin Foley said it was up to everyone to decide how to support staff when the result is announced.'We make no apologies for making sure we have a safe and supportive workplace for all our employees,' he told 3AW on Monday.THE HIGH COURT CHALLENGESTwo groups of marriage equality advocates lodged papers with the High Court on August 10 challenging the postal survey, arguing the ABS did not have the power to run what is effectively a ballot, and the government couldn't spend the 2 million needed to fund it, without parliamentary approval.The court dismissed both bids on September 7 and more than 16 million forms were sent out from September 12.THE EXTREME POSTERSOpposition Leader Bill Shorten, on August 21, blasted a poster spotted in a Melbourne laneway carrying the slogan 'stop the fags', which appeared to trace back to the message board of a neo-Nazi website.He posted on Facebook that Labor had opposed the survey 'because we feared exactly this kind of hurtful filth would emerge'.