Crikey examines micro-party machinations for clues about possible Victorian election preference deals.
"Let's all vote for Henry" is running again as a candidate for Family First. Plus the other minor parties you might have heard of.
Who said Australia was homogeneous? From gods and guns to sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, you have a plethora of options for your Senate ballot.
Di Natale digs himself into a hole ... Rockety McRocketface ... crowdfunding to oust Tony ...
The Parliamentary Friends of Shooting were going to have fun with guns on June 24, but now they have to do some silly democracy instead.
Robert Borsak of the Shooters and Fishers has promised to block the Coalition's infrastructure plan. Likely the Coalition will remember this slight when it comes time to distribute preferences at next year's election ...
The counting isn't over yet, but Victoria's Parliament is in for a big shake-up, writes Crikey Victorian election correspondent Dan Moss.
Micro-parties could well be in for some seats in Victoria's upper house, with the Shooters and Fishers and the Country Alliance contenders to get over the line.