election 2013

How Voting For The Senate Works In Australia

How Voting For The Senate Works In Australia

Ever wondered why Senate voting papers are so large, or how minor parties are sometimes elected? Plus: a handy trick to avoid making a mistake if you don’t want to follow party preferences but are worried you’ll mess up by voting in every box below the line.

Throw Your Vote Away Smartly With ‘Below The Line’ Website

Throw Your Vote Away Smartly With ‘Below The Line’ Website

Federal elections in Australia are nearly always a two-horse race — but that doesn’t mean you should automatically limit your vote to just the Labor Party or LNP. This year, there are more than 50 small parties running in the election; all with differing policies, election promises and worldviews. Below…