No big swing unlike WA.
I think calling elections a year early loses votes.
Overall it looks like Libs will keep control. Labor opposition leader who has now lost twice is in trouble and the greens gained a bit and are very self congraturely and a bit annoying as well.
With less than a week and a half to go until the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election, it's probably time to start a thread on the topic.
2020 has been one of the strangest years in a long time, and I have no doubt that the Trump/Biden election will play out in an unorthodox way.
Please post any...
This is one of the reasons Trump will get back in.
Exhibit 1: Kentucky to cut polling booths by 95%.
Ben Jealous, president of People For The American Way, described the situation as “Our Next Electoral Nightmare.”
“Half Kentucky’s Black voters live in one county,” he wrote. “It will have one...
Bob Hawke passed away this evening. He was in rapidly failing health and couldn't make the Labour launch last week.
He will be remembered as an iconic Labour leader who remade the Australian economy in the 1980's. However his death will also have a huge impact on the upcoming election.
The FBI has released it's latest report on investigations into Russian influence in US politics and the 2016. It's now clear that there was a clever and sophisticated effort to direct US domestic politics and support the election of Donald Trump.
-The operation begin in 2014.
Hope it's OK to start a new thread now that we have an election date.
This is a start:
I don't know anything about the methodology employed by Seven News/Reachtel.
The first Newspoll of the campaign will be interesting.
The latest Newspoll shows Labor in even more strife than the feds currently, although Mark McGowan is much mpre popular than Eric Ripper was as opposition leader.
What's going on here ?
Are federal issues also in play ...
As per the thread title. It may also be of interest to start similar threads for ALP policies and those of minor parties if others wish to do so.
Policies are available from the following link,
The first thing I went to was the savings table. $9bn...