Category Archive: Australian Elections

Nov 27 2017

Queensland Election Results after 75% Counted

Queensland Election Results as at 27 Nov 2017 after 75% counted

The results so far are:

  1. Labor Party have 834,719 votes, which is 35.90% of the total so far. This is a reduction of 1.60% since the last election
  2. Liberal National have 779,225 votes, which is 33.50% of the total so far. This is a reduction of 7.80% since the last election
  3. One Nation have 319,709 votes, which is 13.80% of the total so far. This is an increase of 12.80% since the last election

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Jul 02 2016

2016 Australian Federal Election Result

Malcolm Turnbull and the Liberal National Coalition has won the The 2016 Australian Federal Election.

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Apr 05 2016

2016 QLD State Referendum – 4 Year Fixed Terms

2016 QLD State Referendum A Bill for an Act to provide for fixed four-year terms for the Legislative Assembly in Queensland 52.93% of voters selected YES to change to fixed four-year terms for the Legislative Assembly in Queensland 1,266,371 – 52.93% YES 1,126,224 – 47.07% NO Total Votes Lodged: 2,465,765 – 79.96% Total Enrolled to …

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Feb 05 2015

Queensland State Election Results 2015

Queensland State Election 2015 Results at 5th February 2015 after 2,445,362 votes or 82.03% of electoral register. Total Formal First Preference Vote by Party 992,522 : Liberal National Party 903,364 : Australian Labor Party 196,428 : The Greens 118,293 : Palmer United Party 43,660 : Katter’s Australian Party 27,736 : Family First Party 22,178 : …

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Feb 01 2015

2015 Queensland Election: LNP ahead on Primary Vote, but ALP set to win Election

The Strange twist of Elections With the results of the 2015 Queensland State Election showing that the LNP has more Primary Votes than the ALP, we see the ALP winning the Election. How does this make sense ? More Queenslanders vote for LNP than for ALP, yet the ALP wins As Ms Palaszczuk (ALP) said …

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Jan 26 2015

Election 2015: LNP broke promise and 24,000 QLD Government workers lost their jobs

Has Campbell Newman broken public sector promises? Before the 2012 election, Campbell Newman promised government workers had nothing to fear from an LNP Government, ? Ms Palaszczuk said. We know that he broke that promise and 24,000 Queensland Government workers lost their jobs under the LNP. That is the current story from the ALP Leaders …

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Jan 25 2015

Election 2015: A Labor Government will honour the real Labor Day

A Labor Government will honour the real Labor Day ?? and ensure that the public holiday to commemorate the hard-fought advancements of the labor movement is held on the first Monday in May. http://annastacia.com.au/honouring-the-real-labor-day/ Labour Day Holidays are, and have been listed as follows: Monday, 7 May 2012 Monday, 7 October 2013 Monday, 6 October …

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Jan 25 2015

Qld bikie gangs set to give Labor support

Queensland bikie gangs appear set to prefer Labor at the QLD 2015 Election From The Queensland Times Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk told parliament last year the laws must change to safeguard the rights and freedoms of innocent Queenslanders. “They have gone too far, affecting innocent Queenslanders whose only crime is to ride a motorcycle,” she …

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Jan 25 2015

Election 2015: Labor Claims that LNP promised 4% unemployment in QLD

LNP promised to drop unemployment to 4 per cent by 2018, during the 2012 election campaign. TV advertising by Labor states that the LNP have failed to live up their promise to drop unemployment to 4 per cent by 2018. But is is only 2015 ! LNP still have 3 years to fulfill that promise. …

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Jan 19 2015

Election 2015: Queensland to sell Power Network

Is the LNP going to sell the Power Network in Queensland The Queensland government plans to raise $28 billion through a long-term lease of its electricity transmission networks, buoying Treasurer Joe Hockey’s plan to drive economic growth through the sale of state infrastructure. Facing a lack of interest from ðinvestors, the Newman government on Wednesday …

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