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Swings, misses and the mystery of Toork West: relive the Bradfield and Higgins by-elections, as they happened, with ABC wonk-in-residence, Antony Green
The Liberal Party easily retained the seats of Bradfield and Higgins in the weekend's Federal by-elections. Relive all the thrills and spills with Poll Bludger William Bowe.
So how will Tony Abbott's ascension this week affect the green vote in the Higgins and Bradfield by-elections this weekend? Apart from voxpopping the streets of Malvern and sniffing round the food court of Chatswood Chase, it's hard to say.
From the One Nation candidate to the Australian Sex Party and nine Christian Democrats, the real question for Bradfield by-election voter Pete Malicki is which of the 22 candidates should be put last?
With two key by-elections tomorrow, Antony Green dissects how the Greens will fare against the incumbent Liberals, with no Labor candidates standing. If they go to preferences, can Clive Hamilton snatch Higgins for the Greens?
Fred Nile has sent out a survey to voters in Bradfield, asking whether they support or oppose statements like "Jesus Christ is the Son of God" an "Australia needs a ten-year moratorium on Muslim immigration".
All 20 candidates in this Saturday’s Bradfield preselection must be pondering one major question: exactly what do local Liberal Party preselectors in a safe seat look for in a candidate?
Given that John Howard was, in 2007, the first prime minister to contest a marginal seat it could be argued that his defeat in this election was no particular humiliation for him -- until I did some statistical tests on the Bennelong result, writes Malcolm Mackerras.