More than 3 million Queenslanders are soon set to vote in local government and state byelections. How is this supposed to work?
The Coalition is contemplating a slew of changes to further strengthen its position in the Senate. Are we set for a Republican-style assault on democratic norms?
This election has triggered a loud call for something to be done about untruth in political advertising. But can we actually do anything under current laws?
Compulsory voting would have seen Clinton voted into office instead of Trump, and stopped Brexit from going ahead. Australian politics is not in a good place, but it could certainly be worse.
The youth enrolment rate is at the highest level ever at around 88%, but experts are uncertain what this indicates.
Australians are often told if they don’t like how politics is going they should do something about it. But how?
With huge numbers of people opting for pre-poll votes, election campaigns are growing bigger, messier, and more expensive. Is it worth the trade-off?
If the Liberals are going to take the fight to Labor at the next federal election, they're going to need to put the grey vote front and centre of their election strategy.
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.