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While the recent New Zealand local authority elections attracted their fair share of media headlines, the dominant narrative, as in previous elections, was one of declining turnout and whether or not local government has a future. Little was heard about the nature of the role...
In April 2016 New Zealand’s long-awaited online voting trial for local elections was again cancelled, or postponed indefinitely. Despite its advocacy of e-government, central government in New Zealand has continued to stall over trialling online voting. The trial of online voting was strongly supported by...
The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria Inc. (ECCV) is the voice of multicultural Victoria and the peak policy advocacy body for eight regional ethnic community councils and up to 220 members including ethnic and multicultural organisations across Victoria since 1974. For over 40 years, we...
One thing Election 2016 seems to have demonstrated, is that volatility is the new normal. Pendulum like election results, significant swings, minor parties and protest votes are the new political reality.
Does this demonstrate that voters are less addicted to political 'entertainment', less in...
New research shows a rising number of the Australian adult population are not enrolled, not casting a vote or voting informally.
Combined with the sinking major party vote, nearly 40% of Australian adults did not vote for either party able to form government in...
The Queensland political landscape has changed drastically with the introduction of four new MPs and the reintroduction of compulsory preferential voting. The ABC's election analyst, Antony Green, says the changes are astonishing.
This paper focuses on telecommunication infrastructure as the backbone of a fast-growing digital economy, and raises important questions about the early National Broadband Network (NBN) in Australia.
This paper investigates the demographic correlates of early voting in person at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 Victorian state elections. Between 2006 and 2014 the rate of early voting in person increased 300 percent at Victorian state elections. These elections followed the...
The new government of Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) could make a major contribution to better governance in Papua province by making an extra effort to actually count how many people live there and then to insist that all elections there be...
Review Details Date: 18 March 2013 Author: Dennis Phillips Publisher: Australian Review of Public Affairs Owning Institution(s): The University of Sydney
Book Details Title: The Candidate: What It Takes To Win—And Hold—The White House Publisher: Oxford University Press Date Published: 2012 Author/s: Samuel L....