It won its first seat in the Senate in The party came about as a result of a dispute within the Australian Labor Party ALP over the issue of perceived communist influence in its ranks. The DLP won seats until the election. It continually opposed Labor in electoral terms and sided with the coalition in the Senate on questions of policy. The Australia Party gained significant attention in the political debate but was unable to win a Senate seat at a general election.
Indeed, the Liberal Movement set the template for the next minor party to have a significant presence in the Senate—the Australian Democrats. The onset of the constitutional crisis played a crucial role in the emergence of the Democrats. The crisis occurred as the result of a battle in the Senate between the major parties—the ALP and the Liberal—Country Party Coalition—that eschewed concerns for constitutional conventions as both sides sought to secure executive power.
By , Chipp had begun to lay the groundwork for a new party and in he officially launched the Australian Democrats. A common feature of the three minor parties elected to the Senate from to is that they were created as a result of major party fragmentation. Parties that have emerged in this way are not unique to Australia.
Studies of European systems, for example, have highlighted how new minor parties emerged after disputes over policy or personality within larger parties. They had policies—the DLP advocated socially conservative policies, while the Liberal Movement and Democrats had socially progressive goals.
The next wave of minor parties to win Senate representation rejected this approach of focusing on major parties. Rather, they sought to advance their own policy agenda in parliament. The rise of these newer minor parties coincided with changes to the electoral system brought about by the Hawke government in These reforms, which were first used in the election, included increasing the number of senators for each state from ten to twelve. In a general election, when only half the Senate is elected, the quota fell from The significance of this reform was that it reduced the electoral task confronting minor parties.
The government described this as a much simpler method of voting for the Senate. By simply indicating their first preference, voters would have their preferences distributed by the Australian Electoral Commission AEC in accordance with the voting ticket lodged by their preferred party. This measure was designed to encourage new minor parties to stand for election as the state would effectively subsidise their campaigns if they won enough votes.
The changes to the electoral system coincided with the election of the first of the new type of minor party in —the Nuclear Disarmament Party NDP. The nascent party agreed to have only three policies—banning nuclear weapons in Australian territory, prohibiting foreign bases in Australia, and halting the mining and export of uranium. Within a few months the party gained thousands of members, including Peter Garrett, the lead singer of rock band Midnight Oil, and had a presence in all Australian jurisdictions.
Despite its success, the NDP soon split over internal disputes concerning its operation and organisation. On this occasion the NDP benefitted from the halving of the quota as well as the fact that the ALP did not deprive the party of crucial preferences. The emergence of the NDP marked an important change in the type of minor party elected to the Senate.
Rather than emerging as the direct result of major party fragmentation, the NDP sought to advance a specific policy agenda and had clear links to the broader peace, disarmament and anti-nuclear movements.
By , the WA Greens had been created by melding the Vallentine Peace Group with other green groups and parties in the state. One Nation, on the other hand, was from the political right. The party was built around Pauline Hanson, whom the Liberal Party had disendorsed in following comments she made about race and immigration. One Nation corresponded to the populist right party type.
Moreover, Hanson was a charismatic figure and her core message resonated with sections of the electorate feeling disenchanted with the policies of the major parties. The party could have won seats in other states had the major parties not used the GTV to preference One Nation last. When the party left the Senate in it had all but collapsed and Hanson was looking like a spent force. Hanson, however, kept chipping away. She contested subsequent elections, not always as a One Nation candidate, and remained a prominent figure in the political debate by regularly appearing in the media as a commentator.
By , Hanson had rejoined One Nation and mounted a modest campaign with 27 candidates. Placing emphasis on themes she had campaigned on 20 years ago, Hanson also called for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration to Australia as well as a royal commission into Islam. In the Senate contest the party won a national primary vote of 4. In Queensland, Hanson returned to parliament after winning 9. The Family First Party, another party from the political right, won Senate representation for the first time in For example, it opposed euthanasia and pornography.
Moreover, Family First had a deep suspicion of the Australian Greens and its suite of socially progressive policies, especially concerning gender identity and harm minimisation approaches for drug users. Even though it secured just 1. The party, however, could not consolidate its position in the and elections, primarily as it was deprived of major party preferences. Family First was, however, able to return to the Senate in He directed a more centralised approach to campaigning and discouraged candidates from communicating directly with the media.
Candidates were also advised to avoid media appearances so that they would not overshadow the public profile of the wider party. Despite winning just 4 per cent of the statewide primary vote, Bob Day managed to secure a Senate seat as a result of shrewd preference deals. The fact that the Greens directed preferences to Family First underscores this, although the Greens party was primarily seeking to safeguard its own electoral prospects rather than supporting Family First.
Bob Day was returned in the double dissolution election. Returning to the upper house 40 years after leaving the chamber was a remarkable feat for a party many considered to be dead in Australian politics. The party had shifted its position in the political system.
It no longer sought to act as a roadblock to Labor. Nor did it seek to rail against the threat of communism. The primary focus of the reconstituted DLP was to advance issues closely associated with socially conservative movements.
While previously the DLP had sought to highlight its socially conservative moral credentials, especially in the election, in it advanced issues that were closely aligned to broad social movements. Even though the party won just 2.
The election was significant for the minor party system because an unprecedented number of new parties won representation. These parties resembled right populist parties, especially because of their distinctive organisational arrangements and policy platforms. Leyonhjelm had a long history in politics having been a member of the Labor Party in the s and the Liberal Party in the s.
Leyonhjelm was integral to restructuring the party. In , the party changed its name to the Liberal Democratic Party Liberal Democrats and, despite objections from the Liberal Party and the Australian Democrats, the AEC allowed the party to use this name in future elections. As a result the party supported policies such as euthanasia, the use of cannabis, and same-sex marriage. It also promoted the right of all citizens to own firearms, as well as ending prosecutions for victimless crimes, which it defined as illegal but which did not threaten the rights of anyone else.
The party attracted preferences from a range of minor parties through preference deals. The Palmer United Party was created just before the election. The party was established by businessman Clive Palmer who had a lengthy history in coalition politics. He also became highly critical of the economic policies of LNP Queensland state government and the influence of lobbyists on government policy. He subsequently resigned from the LNP.
Freed from the constraints of party discipline, Palmer became a regular contributor to the political debate and often appeared in the media. With apparent support for his innovative proposals to solve policy problems, especially from his home state of Queensland, Palmer began to build momentum as a political force.
He built a high public profile and presented himself as an anti-system figure. Concurrently, the PUP advocated policies to increase the age pension and change the offshore processing of asylum seekers on the grounds that it wasted taxpayer funds.
The party was so well resourced it reportedly outspent Labor in advertising in the final week of the campaign. PUP contested every lower house seat and fielded candidates in every state and territory. It won a national primary vote in the lower house of 5. Moreover, Palmer won the coalition-held lower house seat of Fairfax, which was a remarkable result for a new party. Its best result was in Queensland, where it won 9.
While Palmer attracted much media attention, the PUP quickly disintegrated with two of its senators, Jacqui Lambie and Glenn Lazarus, resigning from the party. Electoral support for PUP fell and it failed to consolidate its position in the Senate at the election. Unlike the PUP, the party had limited resources and a very low public profile during the campaign. For example, the party was committed to protecting notions of mateship and community, while also seeking to lower taxation.
The party aimed for smaller government with minimal interference in social and economic issues. The AMEP won just 0. This was primarily due to the sophisticated preference deals suggested by political consultant Glenn Druery.
The double dissolution election resulted in the most diverse range of parties entering the Senate in the postwar era. Three new forces also won representation. Following his election to the Senate in , Xenophon established a national profile as an independent who used his position in parliament to advance issues, especially around gambling. Unaligned with either major party, the media savvy Xenophon gained a reputation for advocating common sense solutions to policy problems.
In , he launched the Nick Xenophon Team which won three Senate seats, all in South Australia, as well as the lower house seat of Mayo. In , Xenophon launched a new party, SA Best, with a view to running candidates at the South Australian state election. In a similar way, Jacqui Lambie also sought to leverage the high public profile she had built in Tasmania.
She resigned from the PUP in and remained in the Senate as an independent. Prior to the election, she created the Jacqui Lambie Network and gained much media coverage for her support of the death penalty for foreign fighters and the reintroduction of national service.
She also attracted attention for her views on Islam and sharia law and a proposal to ban the wearing of the burqa. Lambie had a reputation as a strong critic of the broad economic policies of the major parties, arguing they had lost touch with ordinary citizens. In , her views clearly resonated with sections of the electorate as she won 8. The party was concerned with being tough on crime, especially the sexual abuse of minors, as well as seeking to reform parole and bail processes.
Hinch had several convictions and served a prison sentence for breaching suppression orders by revealing details of alleged criminals. At the age of 72, Hinch became one of the oldest federal parliamentarians ever elected after winning six per cent of the primary vote in Victoria. The minor parties elected to the Senate from to were created as a result of the fragmentation of the major parties.
Importantly, they demonstrated that minor parties could win seats and play a role in the Senate, which was otherwise dominated by the major parties. From , however, there was a shift in the type of minor party elected to the upper house. These parties were mobilised around specific policy demands, rather than created from major party fragmentation.
They also sought to bring about policy change, rather than oppose an established party or to act as an intermediary in parliament. These parties highlighted perceived policy shortcomings and promised to address them if elected. Moreover, the policy demands of these new minor parties are also closely associated with those of various new social movements.
How can we account for the rise of these parties in the Australian Senate, especially since ? Research shows us that new social movements have become significant drivers of political debate in liberal democracies, especially since the s. As shown in table 2, the peace and disarmament groups underpinned the emergence of the NDP at a time when the major parties were seen to be ineffective in dealing with issues concerning nuclear disarmament.
When the Greens experimented with issuing open how-to-vote material with no recommendation of preferences in , the flow of preferences to Labor was weaker by three percentage points on average where open tickets were issued Green Despite its how-to-vote material recommending preferences to the Coalition in every electorate, only Preferences favoured Labor in 43 electorates and the Coalition Preference flows to the Coalition ranged from There was only a weak relationship between the flow of preferences to the Coalition and the PUP first preference vote share.
Why was the flow of PUP preferences so different to the Greens? Another possibility is that voters may make up their own minds. In three inner-Melbourne electorates where the Greens finished second ahead of the Liberal candidate, between Examination of the distribution of preferences in these electorates reveals that more than 80 per cent of Green preferences reached the Labor candidate ahead of the Liberal, which suggests more than half of Green voters devised their own sequence of preferences to complete their ballot papers to achieve the same purpose.
Having voted Green, the pattern of preference flows suggest these electors give preferences back to Labor as being aligned with their personal ideology. The geographic distribution of PUP support provides fewer clues on the previous party allegiance of its supporters. It appears the PUP drew support from past supporters of both major parties.
PUP may have provided an opportunity for voters to send a message to their traditional party without having to traverse the two-party political divide, especially in the case of traditional Labor voters. One significant change in preference strategy at the election was made by the Coalition. In Liberal preference flows had been In , a first preference shift from Labor to the Greens in Melbourne nullified the change in Liberal preferences and Bandt was re-elected.
Note: These figures incorporate the result of the Western Australian Senate re-run in April , at which the Palmer United Party won a third seat at the expense of the originally elected Australian Sports Party. Note that Senate changes apply from 1 July The Labor Party lost six Senate seats, one in each state, and was reduced to single seats in both Western Australia and South Australia.
With new Senators taking their seats in July , the balance of Senate power will generally be with eight Senators on an expanded crossbench. The Coalition aim was to maximise its Senate numbers so it could legislate to meet its election commitments. Instead, confusion created by the record number of candidates and parties cost the Coalition one of its existing Senate seats in Victoria and prevented it from gaining one and possibly two extra seats. Successful LDP candidate David Leyonhjelm won his seat at the expense of Labor, blocking the Greens who had won the equivalent seat in The Coalition led the field with Muir was elected through the extraordinary preference deals arranged by the micro party alliance see below.
The Liberal Party had expected to gain a third Tasmanian seat, but minor party preferences delivered the final seat to the PUP. With 1. Labor lost its second Senate seat by attracting only The Western Australian Senate produced the most remarkable result.
As explained below, the closeness of the count at a key point resulted in a re-count at which Ludlam was re-instated in place of Wang. This was despite Labor polling The Sports Party finished 21st of the 27 parties on the ballot paper. At three points during the distribution of preferences Mr Dropulich had the second lowest vote tally of remaining candidates, only to survive by gaining ticket preferences on the exclusion of the only candidate with fewer votes Green b.
At a point where only 10 candidates remained in the count, the two lowest polling candidates were from the Australian Christians and the Shooters and Fishers Party. Both had 1. During the re-count, it was determined that 1, ballot papers included in the initial count could not be located. The distribution of preferences on this second count saw the Australian Christians finish 12 votes ahead of the Shooters and Fishers at the critical count, resulting in Dropulich and the Greens winning the final two seats.
If the missing ballots were included based on their first count totals, then the Shooters and Fishers would have finished one vote ahead of the Australian Christians, resulting in Labor and PUP winning the final two seats. One of the participants in this was the Australian Sex Party, whose registered officer and Tasmanian Senate candidate Robbie Swan described the process as follows:.
That was the question. The Pirate Party and the Secular Party did not join the group. Wikileaks were players who made a couple of genuine administrative errors in their final preferences. The Sex Party were open about having one foot in the Alliance and one foot out.
This hokey-pokey, each way bet approach was the one that I supported. The Sex Party refused to preference the religious right anywhere but at the very bottom of our ticket. For this we were penalised within the Alliance and yet still allowed to stay, because we preferenced mostly progressive small parties at the top and were considered to be one of the major minor parties that delivered a substantial primary vote.
With the Minor Party Alliance running across the political spectrum from the left-libertarian Sex Party to the various conservative Christian parties, parties that sat to the political centre of this grouping were the main beneficiaries. The success of the Motoring Enthusiasts in Victoria, the PUP in Tasmania and initially the Sports Party in Western Australia and to a lesser extent the Liberal Democrats in New South Wales, stems from this tactic by the minor party participants to manipulate group ticket voting to accumulate votes within the alliance and win seats ahead of the Greens and the major parties.
In , the Minor Party Alliance used the same rules to engineer victory by participants in the alliance. Changing the rules will be a challenge for the Abbott Government given that its ability to legislate on all other matters will depend on a Senate crossbench elected under the existing rules.
Analysis of Informal Voting, House of Representatives, federal election. Research Report Number 12, 29 March. Barber, Stephen. Federal Election Results — Parliamentary Library Research Paper No. Bean, Clive. Representation 34 2 : — Green, Antony. Hughes, Colin A. Mackerras, Malcolm. Rydon, Joan. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Swan, Robbie. Victorian Electoral Commission. Report to Parliament on the Victorian State Election. Melbourne, August. Joyce became only the sixth federal member to represent two states, the first in six decades, and the first to do so representing two states in different chambers, having been a Queensland Senator since Slipper recorded 1.
Both members left parliament facing criminal charges. There were 64 triangular contests in , 72 in after the breakdown of the federal Coalition, but fewer than 20 at each election since There were 10 triangular contests at the election.
The gap between Coalition support in the two chambers was a record The Coalition recording its highest House vote share since but its lowest in the Senate since Campaign Themes and Context 1. An Overview of the Federal Election Campaign: Ruinous politics, cynical adversarialism and contending agendas 2.
The Battle for Hearts and Minds 3. Part 2. The Empire Strikes Back: Mainstream media still matters 5. New Media in the Electoral Context: The new normal 6. Campaign Advertising and Communication Strategies in the Election of 7.
Making Policy and Winning Votes: Election promises and political strategies in the campaign 8. How the Pollsters Called the Horse Race: Changing polling technologies, cost pressures, and the concentration on the two-party-preferred 9. All That Glitters: Betting markets and the Australian federal election Party Perspectives The Liberal Campaign in the Federal Election The Labor Party Campaign and Aftermath Regional Variations in Voting Trends The Contest for Rural Representation: The celebrated contest over Indi and the fate of the independents Salient Issues An Impecunious Election: The significance of fiscal and economic issues Ethnic Voting and Asylum Issues The Environment in the Election: Controversies over climate change, the carbon tax and conservation Unstable Bipartisanship or Off the Agenda?
Social issues during the election campaign The Results Explaining the Results State of the House The election was fought on largely unchanged boundaries with only minor redistributions taking place in Victoria and South Australia to bring enrolments back within permitted variation. Parties and candidates Political parties have been central to Australian politics since Federation, but it was not until that parties were registered and party names appeared on ballot papers.
Table 1: Number of registered parties at Australian elections — Election Number registered Contesting House Contesting Senate 18 11 13 23 12 16 32 22 20 27 16 22 28 18 23 41 25 30 38 22 29 34 26 30 27 19 26 25 22 25 54 34 51 Source: Compiled from party registration data on AEC website and from past election results. Two-party-preferred results and swings The Coalition won the election with Figure 1: Average swing, swing variance and swing outlier electorates by state Note: Lines cover 10th to 90th percentiles; blue squares are means.
Source: Calculated from published Australian Electoral Commission statistics. Source: Calculated from AEC preference flow data.
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Become a Patron! No previous Labor government or Labor leader had enjoyed such political success. But the election was a close-run thing, decided on the preferences of minor parties such as the Australian Democrats and the Greens. Ultimately, the ALP narrowly failed to secure a majority of the two-party-preferred vote. He had returned to the leadership of his party following a coup against John Howard in May National Party leader, Ian Sinclair, had been deposed at the same time and replaced by Charles Blunt.
Blunt lost his seat of Richmond at the election. Australian Democrats leader, Janine Haines , also failed in her attempt to capture the Labor-held electorate of Kingston in South Australia. She had resigned from the Senate to contest the seat. This is the state of the parties in the House of Representatives following the Federal Election. Main article: Results of the Australian federal election Senate. Retrieved 30 July Elections and referendums in Australia.
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South Carolina reported too few machines as well as broken machines. Malfunctioning machines were reported in Georgia, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Colorado. The New York Board of Elections is bringing lever machines out of storage for the city elections.
Proper citation depends on your preferred or required style manual. Here are the proper bibliographic citations for this page according to four style manuals in alphabetical order :. Skip to content. This style of paper ballot , later called the Australian Secret Ballot , is printed at the government's expense, lists the names of all candidates and issues in a fixed order, and is counted by hand.
Although this punchcard system US Patent , was not used for voting, the technology laid the foundation for the punchcard voting systems developed in the 's. Myers of Rochester, New York patents the first mechanical lever voting machine U. Patent , This technology, later called the Myers Automatic Booth, prevents overvotes , speeds up the vote counting process, and significantly reduces the chance of dishonest vote counting because the votes are counted by machine.
Lever machines were on the cutting edge of technology, with more moving parts than almost anything else being made. As such, they were as much of a high-tech solution to the problem of running an honest election as computer tabulated punched-cards in the 's or direct-recording electronic voting machines in the 's. Development of this 15, pound system began in The system also saw use in Oregon, Ohio, and North Carolina.
In the Nov. The system, comprised of Video Voter terminals that were controlled by a Video Voter Data Center, was probably the first direct-recording electronic voting system to be used in real elections. Following these demonstrations, several Illinois counties purchased the system and used it between and , approximately.
This paper initiates the federal Voting Systems Standards program. Patent 4,, This push-button machine was one of the first direct recording electronic voting machines to achieve significant commercial success. It is generally not possible to exactly duplicate a count obtained on pre-scored punch cards, given the inherent physical characteristics of these ballots and variability in the ballot-punching performance of real voters.
It is recommended that the use of pre-scored punch card ballots be ended. Michael Shamos offers The DRE Tampering Challenge , in which he states "I do not believe it is feasible in practice to tamper undetectably with a well-designed direct-recording electronic DRE voting machine.
The Voting Systems Standards expand on the first set of standards by focusing on the voting medium instead of specific kinds of voting systems and addressing accessibility, usability, telecommunications, and audit trails. The EAC is tasked with providing support and technical guidance on the administration of federal elections, disbursing the funds allocated under HAVA, developing a new set of standards, implementing a new program for testing and certifying voting machines, and serving as a clearinghouse of election information.
Their analysis reveals several vulnerabilities that lead them to conclude these systems should not be used for federal elections. This critique is the first independent security analysis to raise concern about DREs and inspires many computer scientists to join the debate over the use of electronic voting machines. Bush "The head of a company vying to sell voting machines in Ohio told Republicans in a recent fund-raising letter that he is 'committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year.
ETC members will work together to raise the profile of electronic voting, identify and address security concerns with electronic voting, develop a code of ethics for companies in the electronic voting sector, and make recommendations in the areas of election system standards and certification. Election Assistance Commission conducts their first public meeting, inviting testimony from a diversity of experts including election officials, computer scientists, disability advocates, and voting machine manufacturers.
July 16, - Nevada Mandates Voter-Verified Paper Audit VVPA Nevada becomes the first state to mandate that all electronic voting machines used for federal elections be equipped with printers that produce a voter-verified paper audit trail. The manufacturer, Unilect, claimed the machines could store up to 10, votes but they actually only held 3, votes. Officials were unaware of the problem because the machines kept accepting votes after their memory was full, despite not being able to store them, and those votes were irretrievably lost.
Secretary of State James Baker, releases a report. Building Confidence in U. Elections makes several recommendations for improving confidence in elections and modernizing election administration, including a recommendation that all DREs include voter-verified paper audit trails. This exercise is considered to demonstrate that the software running electronic voting systems is vulnerable to tampering. These new standards significantly increase security requirements for voting systems and expand accessibility for disabled individuals, including opportunities to vote privately and independently.
The Guidelines took effect in Dec. Also beginning in , [HAVA requires] that each polling place used in a federal election have at least one voting machine that is fully accessible for persons with disabilities. Hursti shows that the machine contains backdoors that allow the software to be modified in several ways, including a type of attack in which the cheating software can be installed months or years before it is executed.
Edward Felten, with the help of graduate students Ariel Feldman and J. Alex Halderman, demonstrates that with less than a minute of physical access to a Diebold electronic voting machine or its PCMCIA memory card , an attacker could install malware that could steal votes while modifying all records, logs, and counters to be consistent with the fraudulent vote count it creates and could also introduce a voting machine virus that spreads from machine to machine.
According to Election Data Services, "voting system changes this year were dominated by smaller jurisdictions,where resources to help the conversion are more limited Brunner finds that all of "the computer-based voting systems in use in Ohio do not meet computer industry security standards and are susceptible to breaches of security that may jeopardize the integrity of the voting process.
September primaries where Sequoia machines counted more ballots than there were votes, Sequoia Voting Systems agrees to turn over access to technical information on how the voting machines work and tabulate results. This agreement then allows the D. Council to turn over documents such as blueprints of the machines and the source code to computer and legal experts for examination. Diebold, whose primary focus is making ATMs, entered the voting machine business in hopes of capitalizing on rising demand following the disputed presidential election.
When approved, Election Systems and Software Inc. The report finds that the same malfunctions occur frequently with the same machines in different jurisdictions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Australian federal election, Kooyong Vic. As this is an IRV election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote by state or territory but instead via results in each electorate.
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