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A rev-up in campaigning has failed to have a big impact on voters, with the latest polls showing Labor still holding a commanding lead. Denis Muller and Adrian Beaumont look at the numbers.
CARTOON - Which leader will progress to the next level?
To what extent are voters engaged in the election and election issues?
The opinion polls continue to look bad for Labor, but are the right questions being asked?
Dr Denis Muller
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser reflects on presidential-style politics, media stunts, twitter and Rupert Murdoch.
Bollywood actress-turned model Meghna Patel has staged a nude photo shoot in support of BJP's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi.
Prabowo, the presidential candidate and leader of Gerindra Party, promises to restore Indonesia's nationalism in this ad calling for his election to the presidency.
In this, the first of a series of papers from the Electionwatch/CILIS 2 July seminar, Jemma Purdey explores the carefully pitched strategy behind Prabowo and his Gerindra party.
Picture: Muhammad Nur Abdurrahman
Spring Street's best journalists, along with commentators from both sides of politics joined Election Watch for a night of analysis and debate of the issues affecting Victorian voters. Watch it here.
Now the Labor leadership question is resolved, let's talk about policy.
Australians will go to the polls on September 7, after what promises to be a bruising five week election campaign.
Negative ads seem to work, which is why political parties use them.
Associate Professor Sally Young
Independent candidates are a visible presence in this election. But will they be as effective for their constituents as those from major parties?
Is the new Aam Aadmi Party — or "common man's party" — Middle Class Radicalism or India’s New Political Zeitgeist?
As voting in the epic five-week ballot reaches the half-way mark, Nicholas Reece and Souresh Roy provide a formguide to the parties to watch - their histories, their values, their prospects.
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Date created: 25 June 2013
Last modified: 18 December 2014