voting

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Compulsory voting questioned

Friday Flash Poll: Would you still vote if you had the choice?

Compulsory voting questioned

If you had the choice to vote would you still do it?

Get ready for electronic voting

Public eVoting one step further

Get ready for electronic voting

Malcolm Turnbull has requested a cabinet submission on the use of swipe cards to vote.

MPs: older voters distrust e-voting

MPs say older Australians would be distrustful of electronic voting

MPs: older voters distrust e-voting

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have called for electronic voting in future elections.

New Government? Not yet!

Bill shorten and malcolm turnbull

New Government? Not yet!

We must wait another few days at least to find out who will lead the ...

What will your vote cost you?

Find out how your vote will affect your hip pocket

What will your vote cost you?

RateCity has created a calculator that informs you of the personal cost of your vote.

Senate voting rules: how to vote

New Senate voting rules: how to make sure your vote counts

Senate voting rules: how to vote

Voting rules for the Senate have changed. Here’s how to make your vote count.

Labor’s super plan still unclear

Labor is being criticised of keeping voters in the dark about super

Labor’s super plan still unclear

Labor is being accused of keeping voters in the dark about its plans for superannuation.

Election 2016 – do you care?

Australian election voting board

Election 2016 – do you care?

Read on for a sneak preview of how retirees will vote in Election 2016.

Healthcare trumps economy

election 2016, health, government, voting, budget 2016/17

Healthcare trumps economy

Older voters believe that health care is more important than the economy.

Older voters hold Election power

Election 2016: Older voters hold the power

Older voters hold Election power

Who will decide the outcome of this year’s Federal Election?

Over 65s distrustful of politics

Election 2016: Older Australians are dissatisfied with politics

Over 65s distrustful of politics

Ipsos Poll shows older Australians are more likely to be dissatisfied with politics.

Malcolm Turnbull's poll victory

Malcolm Turnbull's poll victory

Malcolm Turnbull's poll victory

Prime Minister Turnbull is the most popular new PM of the past two decades says ...

Make your vote count

Make your vote count

Make your vote count

there’s a website which has simplified the process of selecting your Senate preferences.

Are you enrolled to vote?

Are you enrolled to vote?

Are you enrolled to vote?

Now is the time to check if your electoral information is up to date.

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