William BoweNov 25, 20169 Comments
Pauline Hanson helms a popular party that could determine the fate of government legislation and two state elections. More's the pity her party is coming apart at the seams.
William BoweNov 14, 2016
The anti-establishment backlash hurts the Nationals in Orange -- and it could hurt Mike Baird.
William BoweNov 10, 20163 Comments
Why did the polls get it so very wrong?
William BoweNov 8, 2016
And what is happening in Congressional and Senate races?
William BoweNov 8, 20162 Comments
Section 44 of the Australian constitution was drafted in the late 19th century to ensure that only the "right" sort of person could make it to Parliament.
William BoweNov 7, 20161 Comment
Is Clinton a shoe-in to be the next United States president?
William BoweNov 4, 2016
Revelations from FBI director James Comey that the FBI is still investigating Hillary Clinton's emails have narrowed the polls considerably.
William BoweNov 2, 20161 Comment
Will Family First replace Bob Day with Australia's first Kenyan-born senator? Will Family First even be allowed to nominate a replacement? All these questions, and more, answered herein.
William BoweOct 31, 20163 Comments
Into the home straight, this election campaign is anything but.
William BoweOct 24, 2016
It's possible the British Labour party went a bit overboard with the democracy in its leadership selection process recently. Let this be a cautionary tale to other political parties around the world.