Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Excellent election info for voters

As we head into the home straight for the election, there are a few good websites about that help with the mechanics of voting or with overviews of electorates.

Below the Line is a great site for helping you work out who is running for the Senate in your site and, if you choose to mark all the preferences for yourself, will help you prepare in advance.

The Tally Room is a great blog that provides profiles for every federal electorate in Australia. You can search them alphabetically and each profile includes a map, background, sitting member and last election results.

The Poll Bludger is a blog that provides more details on polls than you might ever imagine needing.

The Australian Electoral Commission is of course the official source of information for the federal election and you can do everything from finding a polling booth to working out how to cast a postal or pre-poll vote.

And stay tuned for Australia Votes which is not up as of today but will be a comprehensive election site provided by the Australian Christian Lobby.

Each of this links will appear permanently on Australian Christian Voter website in the right column.

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