Saw an interesting post of twitter implying Clive Palmer may have been a Liberal shill this Election. The UAP ran with some solid US vs THEM messaging that is expected from Clive and his ilk, and wouldn’t be tolerated if it was directly done by any of the major parties as blatantly. He spend a… Continue reading Loss Leader
My poor brain is breaking trying to figure out why this election is so close! How are the coalition not being trounced. What did Labor do so wrong in Queensland? Appears the United Australia Party and Pauline Hanson’s One Nation are helping the libs out. I guess the ignorant fear campaigns still play well with… Continue reading Election Woes
16,424,248 electors enrolled to vote – 😳 I wonder what the informal vote count will be… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 0.01% of polling places have counted first preferences.0.02% of polling places have counted Two Candidate Preferred (TCP)
37% of people voted before the election, either via postal vote or pre-polling. Crazy. In the last State election we postal voted, in this one we pre-voted. Makes so much more sense than joining the throng of folks on a cold autumn morning. We do of course miss out on our democracy sausage, so there… Continue reading Election 2019 Update 2
I voted over a week ago, but if you haven’t yet, today is the day. And if you’re voting today please remember a few of things: Your vote is important. Consider your candidates: https://www.aec.gov.au/election/voting.htm#candidates On the big white paper, vote below the line, then you don’t have to care about who the candidates are giving their preferences… Continue reading Democracy Day 2019
If you haven’t already voted, and you’re not sure about the multitude of people on the ballot in your electorate, you can check them out via the ABC site https://www.abc.net.au/news/elections/federal/2019/guide/electorates How to vote cards handed out by the folks outside the polling place are really just lists in order of preference deals made, it’s taking YOUR… Continue reading Election 2019: Know Your Candidates
Voting all done! Yay to that. It’s good to be able to avoid the calamity that is democracy day when the masses and the madness come out to vote en mass. We voted early today ahead of the May 18, 2019 election date. It’s cool they have those little printers that print out the green… Continue reading Vote Early!
Just in case we need to be reminded going into the election… don’t vote for Liberal they do not have your interests at heart and they can’t be swayed, they are being infiltrated and influenced by religious groups who don’t pay taxes and at least one group that doesn’t even vote, but puts money in… Continue reading An Honest Government Ad