2 Sep 2013

This election, vote twice.

One is for the House of Representatives, where it's increasingly likely that Tony Abbott will be made Prime Minister. 

The other is for the Senate, our house of review, to determine who will hold the PM accountable. 

This positive message is to help ensure voters understand the power of their Senate vote. The reality is, getting this message out could be the difference between a rubber stamp Senate for Tony Abbott, or a balanced house of review.

It doesn't matter which party you support. One party control is bad for democracy. More voices in the Senate means a healthier, more accountable democracy.

A good read:

Voting Below the Line in the Senate

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