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There's a lot to be cynical about when it comes to taxpayer-funded advertising in Victoria. Yet there's no sign it'll vanish anytime soon. Jackie Dickenson explains.
Bollywood actress-turned model Meghna Patel has staged a nude photo shoot in support of BJP's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi.
Using an interview where Daniel Andrews backs the building of the desalination plant, the Liberals target the cost of the as-yet unused desalination plant.
Watch independent India's first voter share his story as the country goes to the polls.
Daniel Andrews promises to end the long drawn-out paramedics dispute and increase ambulance response times if elected.
Partai Keadilan dan Sejahtera, otherwise known as PKS or the Justice and Prosperous Party, have been targeting younger voters in the lead up to the 2014 elections, like this ad above.
The Liberals go all the way back to former Labor premier John Cain and ‘the guilty party’ in their latest attack ad on the opposition.
"Jokowi for President" is the latest and the most popular political campaign ad from the PDI-P, following Jokowi's official announcement to run for presidency on 14 March 2014.
The Greens have targeted concerns over education, transport, cost blowouts and water quality in an effort to connect win over voters.
The presidential candidate from PDI-P, Jokowi, encourages people to exercise their voting rights on election day.
Greens candidate for Melbourne Ellen Sandell urges voters to help make history by electing the first Greens MP to Victoria's lower house.
Some Labor MPs are increasingly coy about which party they represent.
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.
Daniel Andrews pushes his key messages on TAFE funding, level-crossing removal and ending the ambulance dispute, saying it's about "putting people first".
Advocacy groups are now operating from the political parties' campaign playbook.
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Date created: 25 June 2013
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