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The VCOSS state election platform 2018 presents a vision for Victoria that has the attainment of ‘a good life’ at its core. VCOSS believes a good life should be central to the policy platform of every political party contesting the 2018 Victorian election.
This report draws on the results of the Australian Election Study surveys – comprehensive post-election surveys of political opinion that have asked the same questions and used the same methodology – for the period 1987 to 2007. Each of the AES surveys contains questions relating...
This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the funding of New South Wales local government election campaigns and makes a series of recommendations for change.
The report examines the distinctive structure of NSW local government and its electoral system, the regulation and patterns of...
While the calling of an election is partly a matter of political judgement and timing, a constitutional and legislative framework governs the electoral timetables and processes. Rob Lundie outlines the factors governing the dates of the next elections in each state and federally.
While the calling of an election is partly a matter of political judgement and timing, a constitutional and legislative framework governs the electoral timetables and processes. In this research note Rob Lundie reviews the constitutional provisions that determine when the next federal, state and territory...
This report, by a group of experts and distinguished former world leaders, examines how to promote and protect the integrity of elections.
Since 2000, all but 11 countries in the world have held national elections. Elections can further democracy, development, human rights, and security,...
Through the analysis of political behaviour over eight successive New Zealand elections, this site monitors the democratic process in New Zealand during a period of social and economic change and, most particularly, during the transition between electoral systems: the first past the post (FPP) or...
The Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly election was held on 16 October 2004, a week after the federal election. Richard Grant reviews the campaign and the result, and looks at the role of electronic voting.