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This category has rather long title in order to be able to include some articles on political culture that do not fit elsewhere. Primarily, however, the articles are about political parties and takes a broad definition of elections to include issues such as election commitments, polling, preselections and advertising.

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The plebiscite is a reality and marriage equality supporters need to start the campaign to win it

Nicholas Reece comments in the Sydney Morning Herald (22.7.16) on the federal government's proposed plebiscite on marriage equality. The a... More »

Earning influence: what power might Bernardi’s grassroots lobby have?

George Rennie writes in The Conversation (21.7.16) about the impact on the political landscape of 'grassroots lobbying', citing Coalition ... More »

The other scare campaign: Negative gearing

Michael Pascoe comments in the Brisbane Times (20.7.16) on the supposed effectiveness of the ALP's 'Mediscare' campaign during the federal... More »

Time to tighten the reins on politicians and their ‘truths’

TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, Graeme Orr, writes in The Conversation (15.7.16) about the apparent decline in voter trust in our p... More »

LNP likely to secure Toowoomba South seat as counting continues

Amy Mitchell-Whittington reports in the Brisbane Times (17.7.16) on the result of the by-election in the state seat of Toowoomba South, wh... More »

Queensland is not backward: it's an early warning system

Jason Wilson comments in The Guardian (15.7.16) on the results of federal election voting in Queensland, which on face value were dis... More »

Dust settles: history mostly vindicated

TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, Paul Rodan, writes in Inside Story (15.7.16) that, after a long campaign and a long vote ... More »

What is it about Queensland?

Peter Brent writes in Inside Story (14.7.16) about how the vote - and the Labor state government - in Queensland, where the ALP won far le... More »

Are Australia’s political parties past their use-by date?

Joseph Camilleri writes in The Conversation (13.7.16) about the drop in support for the major parties at the federal election, and asks wh... More »

Pauline Hanson's policies threaten the prosperity of her support base

John Harrison comments in the Brisbane Times (12.7.16) on what the policies of Pauline Hanson and the One Nation Party would likely mean f... More »

The policy agenda: what the government should do now

The Grattan Institute's John Daley writes in The Conversation (12.7.16) about the economic and legislative challenges facing the returned ... More »

Coalition’s lost ground on women MPs shows we need to tackle new gender biases

Renata Bongiorno writes in The Conversation (12.7.16) about the decreasing number of women MPs in the Coalition government's ranks, and wh... More »

Election 2016 reveals the end of the rusted-on voter and the death of the two-party system

Dennis Altman writes in The Conversation (8.7.16) about the 2016 federal election result heralding the end of the so-called 'two party' sy... More »

Labor has cause for hope – and some concern – in this election loss

Frank Bongiorno writes in The Conversation (11.7.16) about the positives and negatives for the ALP coming out of the federal election resu... More »

State of the states: what were the issues and seats that mattered in Australia’s state and territories?

Several experts contribute analysis to The Conversation (10.7.16) of the election-defining issues and battleground seats in Aust... More »

Coalition scrapes through but Turnbull needs to alter course

Nicholas Barry writes in The Conversation (11.7.16) about the policy and political challenges facing re-elected Prime Minister Malcolm Tur... More »

Chilling lessons for the world from Australia's election

Policy Online carries a link (6.7.16) to a Lowy Institute article, commenting on some of the wider implications of the federal election re... More »

Coalition set to win a majority - thanks to late counting in Qld seats

Tim Colebatch writes in Inside Story (8.7.16) about postal vote counting delivering a late swing to the Coalition in the handful of undeci... More »

The rise and fall and rise of Pauline Hanson

Tony Moore reminds us (Brisbane Times, 7.7.16) of the long saga of Pauline Hanson's political fortunes.

'Long-serving Ipswich coun... More »

Election 2016: Where do the crossbenchers stand on the major issues?

The ABC's Uma Patel reports (8.7.16) on the continuing uncertainty over the federal election result, and analyses the policy positions of the cross... More »

Please don’t explain: Hanson 2.0 and the war on experts

Patrick Stokes writes in The Conversation (7.7.16) about the re-emergence of Pauline Hanson on the national political stage, and how she r... More »

Electronic voting may be risky, but what about vote counting?

As Australians await the federal election result amid a protracted count by the Electoral Commission, Robert Merkel writes in The Con... More »

Cheerleaders of the press don’t win elections like they used to

Denis Muller writes in The Conversation (7.7.16) about the role that the media, and Rupert Murdoch's print media stable in particular, pla... More »

Election 2016: Odds on for mixed Queensland result

Amy Remeikis reports in the Brisbane Times (4.7.16) on the state of play in several Queensland electorates where election results are stil... More »

Even if he keeps the top job, Malcolm Turnbull’s troubles have only just begun

Carol Johnson writes in The Conversation (4.7.16) about the implications of the uncertain federal election outcome for Malcolm Turnbull's ... More »

 
 

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