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  • by ABC Election Analyst Antony Green and

    Victoria's rapid population growth is reflected in surging enrolment growth in electorates on the edge of Melbourne.

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    With just 12 months until the House of Representatives expires, when can the next election be held? What are the options available for Prime Minister-delegate Scott Morrison in calling an election?

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    Since its spectacular debut in 1998 there have been 30 people elected to parliaments under the banner of Pauline Hanson's One Nation, but most didn't last a full term for the party.

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    Despite doubts beforehand that a winner would be known on the night, it took only a few hours on the 17th of March for the result of the South Australian election to become clear.

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    With two seats still in doubt in the Tasmanian election, Antony Green takes a look at the Liberals' historic victory.

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    When Mike Rann led election the South Australian Labor Party to office in 2002, it completed a historic clean sweep for Labor. For the first time in the party's history, Labor held government in every state and territory, with Kevin Rudd's federal victory in 2007 adding icing to the cake.

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    Nomination details released for 2018 Tasmanian Election

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    Why the ABC South Australian Election website has different electoral margins to other sites.

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    David Feeney's resignation sets up a battle in Batman between Labor and the Greens

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    The Australian Electoral Commission has released its proposed new boundaries for Queensland's 30 federal electorates.

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    Draft federal electoral boundaries for Queensland will be released on Friday, and several marginal seat holders will be waiting to learn their fate.

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    With the campaign over, who will be the next prime minister of New Zealand could come down to the quirks of the MMP electoral system.

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    Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s discovery that he is a New Zealand citizen by descent brings to five the number of cases being referred to the High Court (sitting as the Court of Disputed Returns) for adjudication.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s discovery that he is a New Zealand citizen by descent brings to five the number of cases being referred to the High Court (sitting as the Court of Disputed Returns) for adjudication.

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    For almost a century, compulsory voting has been the default position for conducting elections in Australia.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    For almost a century, compulsory voting has been the default position for conducting elections in Australia.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    Last night the South Australian Legislative Council passed legislation that will change the upper house's electoral system, abolishing group ticket voting in line with changes to the Senate and the NSW Legislative Council.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    I've finally had an opportunity to review all my calculations for the Queensland state redistribution and have published my final estimated margins for all seats.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    I've just published my guide for the Cootamundra by-election, soon to be announced following the announcement that National MP Katrina Hodgkinson will resign this month.

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    Despite speculation, Pauline Hanson's sister Judy Smith is not necessarily on track to join her sibling in the Upper House, according to the ABC's electoral expert Antony Green.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    With it looking increasingly likely that One Nation’s Malcolm Roberts could have his qualifications to sit in the Senate referred to the High Court, the question of who would replace him if disqualified has attracted attention.

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    The Government says it will refer the Matt Canavan citizenship matter to the High Court. The question the High Court will consider in this case is this: is citizenship-by-descent a disqualification for being a member of parliament?

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    ABC Election Analyst

    The problems of Scott Ludlam, Larissa Waters and now Matt Canavan are over-simplified by saying there is a constitutional ban on dual citizens serving as members of parliament or standing for election.

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    ABC Election Analyst

    Last October I wrote a blog post highlighting that around 150,000 electors had been given the wrong House ballot paper at last year’s Federal election. ()

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    By ABC election analyst

    Here’s a couple of loose ends on disqualification under Section 44 of the Constitution. What happens to the past votes of disqualified Senators, and what happens to their past salaries and allowances?





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