May 21, 2019

As voting continues and the chance that the Coalition will have 78 seats in the House of Representatives increases, Labor begins the thankless task of finding a new leader and rebuilding its policy framework. 48 hours after Bill Shorten conceded defeat a new Labor Part...

May 20, 2019

According to the Australian Electoral Commission at the close of counting on Sunday, the Coalition was one seat away from having a majority on the floor of the House of Representatives. At the moment the Australian Electoral Commission is indicating the Coalition has 7...

May 16, 2019

When the Prime Minister attends his last major campaign at the National Press Club on Thursday, it will signal that the campaign is almost over. The election advertising blackout starts at noon on that day so we will all be spared the Clive Palmer political onslaught.
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May 14, 2019

Scott Morrison is fond of metaphors: he often says that Labor’s $387 billion of new taxes will act as ‘a handbrake on the economy’. The problem with metaphorical debating points is that they usually lack specificity. It is as if Mr Morrison is saying ‘trust me: I know...

May 14, 2019

There have been some interesting polls released in the last few days. They all point to a very slim victory to Labor, which can be largely put down to structural changes in the electorates. The pundits are predicting that Labor will have between 77 and 79 seats, the Li...

This is a very sophisticated election. This was typified by Labor’s costings that were released on Friday. As Labor leader Bill Shorten told party followers on Sunday, these were the best figures produced by an opposition in fifty years. This was mainly due to the Parl...

May 13, 2019

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CURRENT MEMBER: Rowan Ramsey (Liberal)

2019 Candidates

  • Jacqui Edgecombe (Animal Justice)

  • Karin Bolton (Labor)

  • David Stone (One Nation)

  • Richard Carmody (Independent)

  • Alexander David Warren (United Australia)

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May 8, 2019

The Prime Minister visited the critical seats of Indi and Farrer on Tuesday and announced additional black spot funding that would provide communications towers for 1 million square miles of outback Australia. People in the bush have been crying out for connectivity an...

May 7, 2019

During the Treasurer’s debate at the National Press Club on Monday, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was put on the spot by Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen, who asked him to deny the analysis by the Australia Institute that taxpayers earning more than $200,000 would receive $77...

May 6, 2019

The Labor campaign launch was a slick production. The Workers Party knows how to put on a good show. The optics were good: Bill Shorten was supported by strong front line women – Anastacia Palaszczuk, Penny Wong, Tanya Plibersek and his wife Chloe; welcomed and endorse...

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