Could the resignation from the Country Liberals of NT Speaker Kezia Purick bring on an early Northern Territory election?
Articles from Antony Green's Election Blog
Over the last three decades there has been a ten-fold increase in the proportion of electors voting before polling day at NSW elections.
Support for No Land Tax was so low at the 2015 NSW election that its support can largely be explained by informal voting and two ballot paper variables.
Is an early election possible, and could it be a double dissolution?
What are the likely political consequences of proposed changes to the Senate's electoral system
With decision time approaching on changing the Senate's electoral system, what lessons can we learn from the NSW Legislative Council election on 28 March.
Draft electoral boundaries for the NT legislative Assembly have been released this morning.
Given problems encountered in the conduct of the 2013 Senate election, there are a number of proposals being put forward for changing the Senate's electoral system. Before writing on those proposals, I thought it worth setting out how the Senate's...
There have been around 35 indicative or non-constitutional referendum held in Australia since 1901.
The passing of the referendum on same-sex marriage shows a remarkable shift in Irish social attitudes since the 1980s.