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Large proportions of older voters have consistently favoured the Liberal/National Coalition since the mid 1990s. Will this demographic pattern continue to favour the Coalition, or is there a shift underway in the opposite direction? This paper attempts to answer this question by drawing on a...
The Australian Electoral Commissioner has abruptly changed a long-standing policy, potentially preventing tens of thousands of Australians exercising their right to vote at federal elections, according to Brian Costar and Peter Browne
SOMETHING puzzling has happened at the Australian Electoral Commission over the...
With the poll just days away, Geoff Anderson and Haydon Manning make their predictions
AS MIKE RANN contemplates next Saturday’s election he would be well aware that history is on his side. All of the other incumbent state Labor governments in Australia were...
Proposed changes to electoral laws are based on faulty arguments, writes Marian Sawer
HOW damaging to democracy are the proposals, currently before federal parliament, for changes to the Commonwealth Electoral Act? The Electoral and Referendum Amendment (Electoral Integrity and Other Measures) Bill 2005...
Experience from the US suggests that prisoners should keep the right to vote, writes Marc Mauer .
AS THE Australian government proposes to restrict the voting rights of an estimated 25,000 offenders in prison, it may be useful to reflect on...