The opposition’s efforts to pitch every policy debate as a battle between “us and them” may not have galvanised voter support in the way Labor wished.
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Malcolm Turnbull's campaign speech confronted the challenges that Labor or a hung parliament pose, but it's the spectre of Tony Abbott that could prove to be his greatest political battle.
Labor Leader Bill Shorten's election "launch" speech was a rally-cry for party faithful, but it also took a turn towards another scare campaign that just made the party look desperate.
Only 30 per cent of members of the Australian Parliament are women and that’s just not good enough.
Gotcha journalism is, in large part, responsible for politicians not being allowed to utter a single unscripted word.
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The AFP raids were a flashpoint for progressives who are increasingly unhappy with Malcolm Turnbull. But while they may be punishing him in the polling, many other voters would have been left nonplussed by the events of last week.
It may not look like it at times, but election campaigns are planned to the tiniest level of detail. Yet they can be easily derailed by an unexpected appearance by a ghost or two from the past, as we dramatically saw this week. A calendar of campaign events and announcements is developed months before the […]
The beginning of the campaign was all education, healthcare, negative gearing and badly behaved banks. That's Labor territory -- so it took a far-right Abbottista to bring the conversation back to solid Coalition ground.