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‘Love Australia or Leave’ is the nation’s newest political party

‘Love Australia or Leave’ is the nation’s newest political party

‘Love Australia or Leave’ is Australia’s newly registered political party. The new party, which is headed by TV identity Kim Vuga, focuses on an anti immigration platform and has just been approved by the Australian Electoral Commission. The ARC has also approved the party’s official logo which is an outline of Australia with the word […]

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AEC Asks Court Declare Senate Election Void

AEC Asks Court Declare Senate Election Void

The Australian Electoral Commission has asked the Court to declare the election of senators for WA in the recent federal election void. The three-person Australian Electoral Commission today authorised the Electoral Commissioner to lodge a petition with the Court of Disputed Returns. The petition seeks an order from the Court that the WA Senate election […]

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WA Senate Re-Count in Doubt

WA Senate Re-Count in Doubt

The question of who will represent Western Australia in the upper house of the federal remains unanswered as the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) announce that they have lost some of the votes from the original count. The first count of the senate election saw Labor’s Louise Pratt and Zhenya ‘Dio’ Wang from the Palmer United […]

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AEC Orders Recount for WA Senate

AEC Orders Recount for WA Senate

The Australian Electoral Commission has ordered a recount of votes for the WA Senate race following a series of appeals against the result. The initial appeal for a recount lodged by Senator Scott Ludlum from The Greens and Australian Sports Party candidate Wayne Dropulich were turned down by Peter Kramer the Australian Electoral Officer for […]

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Deadline for Enroling to Vote

Deadline for Enroling to Vote

The deadline for enrolling online to vote is 8pm Monday night. Australian citizens, and eligible British citizens, are legally required to enroll and vote in the upcoming federal election if they are 18 years of age or older. Head across to the Australian Electoral Commission to enroll online if you have not previously enrolled. Image: […]

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