Australian Federal Election

Some articles on australian federal election, election, federal election, australian, federal:

Electoral Results For The Division Of Reid - Election Results - Elections in The 1920s
... Australian federal election, 1929 Reid Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labor Percy Coleman 49,909 74.6 +8.5 Nationalist Ernest Carr 16,977 25.4 -8.5 Total formal votes 66,886 97 ...
Australian Federal Election, 2010 - Images
... and Greens Senate candidate for Victoria Richard Di Natale (left) during the election campaign Some of the House of Representatives results displayed at the National Tally Room on ...
Post-election Pendulum For The Australian Federal Election, 2010
... Designed for the outcome of the 2010 federal election, the pendulum works by lining up all of the seats held in Parliament, 72 Labor, 72 Coalition, 1 Nationals WA, 1 Green and 4 independent ... a uniform swing to the opposition or government parties in an election, the number of seats that change hands can be predicted ... but in practice variations of swing among the Australian states usually tend to cancel each other out ...
Working Family - Australian Federal Election, 2007
... Despite calls for a definition during the election campaign, the term remained undefined ... In the lead up to the federal budget of May 2008 the term continued to cause confusion and the scope was expanded by the Treasurer and the Prime ...
Electoral Results For The Division Of Parramatta - Election Results - Elections in The 1900s
... Australian federal election, 1906 Parramatta Party Candidate Votes % ±% Anti-Socialist Joseph Cook unopposed Anti-Socialist hold Swing Australian federal election, 1903. 13,215 47.1 Free Trade hold Swing +18.8 Australian federal election, 1901 Parramatta Party Candidate Votes % ±% Free Trade Joseph Cook 5,778 61.3 +61.3 Protectionist William Sandford 3,646 38.7 +38.7 ...

Famous quotes containing the words election, australian and/or federal:

    What a glorious time they must have in that wilderness, far from mankind and election day!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Beyond the horizon, or even the knowledge, of the cities along the coast, a great, creative impulse is at work—the only thing, after all, that gives this continent meaning and a guarantee of the future. Every Australian ought to climb up here, once in a way, and glimpse the various, manifold life of which he is a part.
    Vance Palmer (1885–1959)

    The Federal Constitution has stood the test of more than a hundred years in supplying the powers that have been needed to make the Central Government as strong as it ought to be, and with this movement toward uniform legislation and agreements between the States I do not see why the Constitution may not serve our people always.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)