Amidst all the changes in the proposed Senate electoral reform, the oddest feature is a non-change, the retention of full preferential voting for below the line votesa\.
Articles from Antony Green's Election Blog
The Senate electoral reform legislation seems set to abandoning election night Senate counting and doesn't make below the line counting any easier.
Could the proposed Senate electoral reform deliver the Turnbull government a Senate majority?
More leaks on proposed changes to the Senate electoral system appeared in the press this morning. Would they work?
NT elections will never be the same with the Giles government introdusing optional preferential voting and banning campaigning within 100 metres of polling places.
Who will be the Father of the House of Representatives when Philip Ruddock Retires?
Queenslanders go to the polls in March to vote in local government elections, and to vote in a referendum on fixed four year terms for state parliament.
How Many Seats Did John Howard Lose at the 1998 GST Election, and are there any lessons for the 2016 election?
A comment on likely changes to the Senate's electoral system, plus links to all my past wriring on the subject.
The PM has said a double dissolution is still a live option, but is it really of use to the government given timing and constitutional issues.