The result is all the more remarkable for having been achieved after a second "get Clover" initiative.
When does a party have to include disclosure? Why can't ads use footage of Parliament? And where do dank memes fit in?
There are an extraordinary 394 candidates for 21 seats in NSW's Legislative Council this year. What if every voter carefully considered and ranked them all in order of preference? Brihony Tulloch investigates.
Both major parties, and some of the minor parties too, are manipulating the optional preferential voting system to secure seats.
Proposed changes to the preferential voting system could just create an even bigger, even less manageable Senate crossbench for the Abbott government.
Questions are being asked about the transparency of the Australian Electoral Commission, with the AEC refusing to open its vote-counting software to public scrutiny. Does the AEC have a reason to be so secretive?
You think Ricky Muir came out of that interview looking bad? Think again. Willesee's interview was a wake for late modernism, with politics and journalism both emerging distinctly tarnished.
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.
After the debacle of the Senate election last year, Parliament is looking at changing the way Australians vote. And for once, the changes actually make a good deal of sense.