Hong Kong Kevin Rudd

From New York to Buenos Aires, Vienna to Mumbai, thousands of Australians who are overseas have started queuing up to vote at 102 Australian diplomatic missions around the world, which opened for voting this week. Billboards spruiking Labor's "New Way" (and new leader) have appeared on overpasses in Hong Kong and near polling stations in London. Australian citizens who are living overseas can also vote by post; more than 1.17 million postal vote applications have been processed so far (though the majority of those are for Australian residents who can't or don't want to queue up to get their sausage and make their mark on September 7).