William BoweApr 24, 20176 Comments
Hinch? Lambie? It couldn't be Bernardi, could it ...?
William BoweApr 20, 20173 Comments
Immigration has continued to gain salience as an election issue over the last few terms, even as the sting went out of the boat arrivals issue, and Turnbull knows it.
William BoweApr 13, 20174 Comments
Politics is a game of dominoes.
William BoweApr 10, 20171 Comment
Fresh from their drubbing in Western Australia, the Liberals in New South Wales copped primary vote swings that will have the Premier shaking in her boots.
William BoweMar 31, 20173 Comments
Frances Bedford has resigned from the Labor Party. Should she decide to form an alliance with the Nick Xenophon Team, that will very bad news indeed for South Australian Labor.
William BoweMar 27, 20171 Comment
After a shambolic campaign, One Nation still holds considerable influence in the WA house of review.
William BoweMar 22, 20174 Comments
The party's 22 elected members now face an uphill battle to stage an electoral comeback.
William BoweMar 17, 201710 Comments
Time to ask questions about the ongoing suitability of Australia's prevailing electoral and constitutional arrangements.
William BoweMar 14, 20172 Comments
Will Mark McGowan's young WA state Labor government be able to introduce the reforms necessary to purge the upper house of wacky micro-parties?
William BoweMar 13, 20178 Comments
In evaluating the spin, counter-spin and self-serving justification that inevitably runs rampant after a lopsided election result, it's worth evaluating the journey the polls took.