While most interest and media coverage about North American politics has focused on the United States’ impeachment inquiries and Presidential nominations for the 2020 election, Canada has been preparing for their own election. Continue reading The Canadian election has global consequences: So why aren’t we talking about it?
Tomorrow South Australian voters will decide who they want to run their State — and while that’s usually a two-horse race, this time a dark horse has emerged in the form of SA-BEST. Continue reading Will SA-BEST pass the election test?
Frome is a mid-north regional electorate in the South Australian House of Assembly. Continue reading Electorate Profile: Frome
South Australia’s ice epidemic is an issue that remains at the forefront of 2018 electoral campaigns. Continue reading State election promises for South Australia’s ice epidemic
The $2 billion ‘Road, Rail and Port’ plan, put forward by the State Government to extend tram routes across Adelaide, is a key issue in this month’s state election. Continue reading State Government off-track with disabled commuters
Held by State Opposition leader Steven Marshall since 2010, the seat of Dunstan is one of Adelaide’s most marginal seats in the 2018 state election. Continue reading Electorate Profile: Dunstan
Most of us know how to cast our vote, but do we really know how this voting system works and why it is important? Continue reading How does preferential voting work and why is it important?
With power pricing and shortages being the biggest issue Labor and Liberal are fighting over this election, who are the minor parties, and how do their power and energy policies stack up against the bigger parties? Continue reading Should You Vote For A Minor Party?
Nick Xenophon, leader of the Nick Xenophon Team (NXT) and SA-BEST, has vowed to make water one of his parties’ major policies ahead of the March state election. Continue reading Nick Xenophon’s water policies: All you need to know
The commercial released by SA-BEST on Tuesday has continued to go viral online boosting the party’s profile ahead of the March 17 state election. Continue reading A Masterstroke or a Major Joke?