October 9, 2017 13 Comments
Nick Xenophon stands poised to unleash his full powers of disruption at the South Australian election in March.
September 18, 2017 37 Comments
For Shorten, voters appear reluctant to attribute any qualities to him at all, either good or bad.
September 4, 2017 11 Comments
The establishment of a party committee to consider ways to pursue "financial independence" is obviously not to be taken seriously. However, WA's GST complaints should be.
September 1, 2017 7 Comments
An unusual mid-term surge in electoral enrolment that has had a measurable impact on the demographic profile of the prospective voting population.
August 18, 2017 13 Comments
With six parliamentarians now referred to the High Court, and the PM overly optimistic about his MPs' chances, we run you through what you need to know about the more high-profile dual citizenship debacles.
August 11, 2017
Conducting the plebiscite through the ABS as a postal vote has a number of worrying consequences. Aside from the challenge to its legality, it may skew the vote in favour of older, more conservative voters, and even, potentially, make voter fraud more likely.
August 3, 2017 9 Comments
A great convergence has been under way in the four largest states, eliminating a pattern through the last three elections in which Victoria reigned as Labor's strongest state.
July 24, 2017 15 Comments
The Greens can be confident they have their seats in Victoria and Tasmania locked down for years to come. But every other state is a crapshoot from here.
July 19, 2017 9 Comments
Another one bites the dust Unfairly, as it turns out.
July 17, 2017 11 Comments
A hitherto obscure and low-order candidate has been thrust into the spotlight: Jordon Steele-John, a 22-year-old disability advocate with cerebral palsy.