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Would voluntary voting drain the Canberra swamp?

15 November 2021

3:09 PM

15 November 2021

3:09 PM

Politicians are paid to fight on behalf of their voters but Australian legislation electoral laws major parties a lazy way out. 

Optional voting could be the solution. 

The most recent Newspoll data has support for “other” partiesthose other than the Coalition, the ALP, Greens and One Nationat a four-year high of 13%.

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