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The first in the series of threads on the US Elections was posted in July. The theme of that thread was on the questions of how we select the candidate who we think should be the winner of the 2024 … Continue reading
Should the elections in another country be of any concern to us, here in Australia? If the country is the United States, the answer is yes. The Primaries are six* months away, and it is over a year to the … Continue reading
The recently concluded federal election and the change of government seems like a good point at which to stop and evaluate the results, the outcomes and the reasons. I stepped away from the blog to take a break, and to … Continue reading
Australia Votes: 21 May 2022 Election Day Thread
This is the final week before the Federal Election 2022. Here is some more information that may be helpful.
There is more on this topic, here.
Slimy, Watermelon, Teal, Chameleon. The shade or stripe doesn’t matter. They are all nation-wrecking Greens. Their plans are geared to destroy the economy by crippling local industries, lowering employment numbers, raising the cost of living, and sending the country broke.
Following on with this series.
Over the next few weeks, we will have a series of posts focussed on the Federal Election. They will mainly contain links and other information related to voting, candidates and similar election-related issues.
Voters elect members of parliament to make laws and decisions on their behalf. This means that candidates who get elected, should follow the wishes of the people who voted for them.
This has been the first week of the campaign for the Federal Elections. Five more weeks to go before Election Day, 21 May 2022. Five more weeks of smiling politicians, empty promises and baby kissing (Covid-permitting, of course).
Guest Post by Peter Campion If you are like me, you are thoroughly sick of incompetent and distant bureaucrats trying to micromanage every aspect of your life – including your health. If you are aware of the lock-stepped, one-size-fits-all approach … Continue reading
Australia has a Preferential Voting System. It is very important that every freedom-loving citizen votes correctly. Explain to those who don’t understand the system, how to number the preferences.