William Bowe June 14, 2017 10 Comments
It's no longer so much a matter of rich versus poor, as old versus young, as the voting patterns from the recent UK general election suggest.
Sally Whyte August 8, 2016 13 Comments
Informal voting is exacerbated by poor voter education.
Adam Schwab July 5, 2016 33 Comments
There are no good reasons left to vote by pencil.
Helen Razer June 23, 2016 48 Comments
Razer responds to her critics.
Alex Mitchell September 10, 2014 9 Comments
NSW Premier Mike Baird's plans to bring City of Sydney in line with City of Melbourne haven't quite worked out.
Crikey May 26, 2014 4 Comments
The major parties are fired up about electoral reform in Queensland. But guess who benefits? The major parties, of course. Anthony Pink, data analyst and returning officer for the Queensland Greens, explains.
Crikey November 13, 2013 1 Comment
Crikey readers talk the catch-22 of the unemployed and what the AEC should ask about voting.
Crikey November 7, 2013 6 Comments
It's no surprise mistakes were made in counting votes on election night, according to the Electoral Commission workers who spoke to Sally Whyte. They were overworked, undertrained and standards were slipping.
Stilgherrian September 12, 2013 28 Comments
Electronic voting is clumsy, frustrating and open to manipulation and fraud. We'll take our trusty old pencils, thanks.
Charles Richardson July 25, 2012 18 Comments
Barely two-thirds of voters bothered to show up to vote in last weekend's Melbourne byelection. Was it the absence of a Liberal candidate or a general apathy and disillusionment among the electorate?