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I'm voting tactically.
No Australian should be worse off based on the electorate they choose to live in. Federal and state funding should be needs based, not politically motivated.
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I'm voting tactically. 12h
Replying to @Gergyl
Finance and insurance has 445,500. I've no idea what they actually achieve.
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I'm voting tactically. 16h
Can I put the compostable bags into the Lake Macquarie green waste recycling?
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I'm voting tactically. May 20
Replying to @Gergyl
For sure. There is an interesting 2018 PhD Paper by Greg Kramer that has some interesting stuff on this. Is available for download.
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I'm voting tactically. May 20
Replying to @Gergyl
The essential target is the 1 in 5 voters who do not care about politics, let alone policies. They only vote because it is compulsory and are a good % of swing voters. They are far more likely to remember to stunts and slogans. They are less likely to respond in opinion polls.
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @AaronDodd
There is a fundamental difference. NZ has voluntary voting and a 75% voter turnout. We get to 95% but in doing so have approximately 20% who are not interested in politics voting. I'm not sure we have more small minded people, we just make them more influential.
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @gjblue @Bay35Pablo
They get over 1b a year in coal royalties mostly from the hunter.
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💧Paul Jurdeczka May 19
Replying to @How_2_Vote @gjblue
King Barnaby, first of his name, of House Joyce? Broken bottle as his sigil? Red wedding anyone? Even purple wedding would do.
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @Greg_MarineLab
It is not just , in most democracies the best strategy for winning from opposition is to be a small target and focus on the governments failings. In Australian politics elections are won by getting the support of the disengaged voters and they don't vote on policy.
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @jmil400
Queenslanders don't like being told what to do or think by people in Sydney/Melbourne. The Syd/Mel centric parties are so self focused they don't understand this. The more he was attacked in the media, the more popular he became.
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @gjblue @Bay35Pablo
Time to get the separatist movement active again.
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Greg Blue May 19
Replying to @Bay35Pablo
Doesn't matter who you vote for up here, rusted on labor gets no notice from either side, need a hunter United party
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I'm voting tactically. May 19
Replying to @JamesOstelin
Fire the strategists behind the failed campaign. They should have been aware of the folly of presenting a big target. Fire the pollsters, they should have known elections are won by courting the disengaged voters. True believers are rarely objective.
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ABC Hobart May 18
"But you know what? Drop the attitude!" - has a message for tonight :
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Noely ⚡️⚡️ May 18
While & other 'commentators' reinvent history, I've had my 2 cents and it ain't pretty. warning: Strong language
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I'm voting tactically. May 18
Replying to @KathrynHeyman @smh
Oppositions rarely win by offering big ideas. Hewson lost an unlosable election the same way. Big ideas are big targets.
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Luke Hilakari May 17
MASSIVE RORT: in Chisholm Liberals have made posters in Chinese to look like AEC information that translates to "the correct way to vote is to put a number 1 next to the Liberals and number every other box.” It’s at every booth. When will the pull them down?
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Paul May 17
I hope this credits the right people, couldn't resist using it once I saw it. Obviously a Melbourne thing 🤣
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BEVeridges May 16
I should take this up now I’m 50
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I'm voting tactically. May 17
This page is helpful. Got to watch out as a few antivax parties out their with deliberately confusing names.
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I'm voting tactically. May 17
I've not heard much about CEC but their preferences look worrying. I quite like reason Australia and science party although neither have much of a chance
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