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.
In the following videos, Topher Field explains the system. Using marbles, he shows how preferential voting works, and how the numbering order of the votes can make a big difference.
His advice is to put all the Freedom Friendly minor parties at the top and put the majors last. It is a very simple method that could help the freedom loving minor parties gain seats in the House of Representatives (lower house).
1. Preferential Voting: The System
2. Preferential Voting: Why It Exists
These videos have also been posted in the CatWiki: Election section.
[Updated: The original video under Preferential Voting: The System was deleted by Topher Field, due to election-related rules. It has been replaced by a new version which contains the required Authorisation Statement.]