The system of optional preferential voting in NSW Legislative Assembly is different to the Australian Federal Election for the House of Representatives.
- Voting is Compulsory – That means you must get your name marked off. 859 more words
20 March 2015
The notion of coal seam gas as an election issue seems like nothing more than hot air. Nobody should tell you otherwise. Recent history, albeit brief, doesn’t show any elections changing course because of coal seam gas, often referred to simply as CSG. 850 more words
Fed up of party politics and the same old politicians? At the General Election in May, you’ll have a different option for Milton Keynes.
Steve Fulton is standing as an Independent candidate for the Milton Keynes South constituency and CitiBlog is running a series of articles so you can decide who you want to vote for. 361 more words
Well, that’s clearly the view of the Rt Hon Hugo Swire MP, Conservative MP for East Devon and a Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. 322 more words
This was just the beginning. The independent movement grew stronger with an incredibly impressive showing by Greg Orman in the US Senate campaign in ruby-red Kansas against not just a three-term incumbent but the entire DC political machine. 40 more words
Dear Fellow Citizens of Massachusetts,
Thank you for exercising your right to vote. Most especially, thank you for voting for independent candidates.
The Gubernatorial race in the Massachusetts was hotly contested and went down to the wire as we all waited for the final precints to come in. 300 more words