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This paper provides an overview of Tasmania’s parliamentary and electoral system, the state’s political landscape in the lead up to the election, issues that dominated the 2014 election, the parties, the candidates and the results.
Executive summaryTasmanians went to the polls...
Each election is unique, but the 2006 South Australian and Tasmanian elections had several features which were relevant to the analysis of such elections. Scott Bennett looks at each of the electoral contests separately, then makes some general observations about state elections in this country....
ATSIC elections since 1990 have used the Commonwealth Electoral Roll as a large under-specified list of potential voters. Dissatisfaction with this arrangement within the Tasmanian Aboriginal community led to a trial roll of Indigenous electors being drawn up for the 2002 ATSIC elections in that...
Tasmanian voters went to the polls on 20 July 2002, well before an election was due. Dubbed "the cold snap election", it was only the fifth Tasmanian election held in the middle of winter. The Bacon Labor government was comfortably returned, the Liberal Party lost...
In making its proposal, the Redistribution Committee was required to consider enrolment numbers, public suggestions and comments, communities of interest, communication and transport links, geographic or constructed features able to be used as electoral boundaries and the current federal electoral boundaries.