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Burnside in kooyong appears to be trying to fool non lib voters into giving he (greens) first preference.

Asking us to vote tactically as he ‘knows’ he can defeat frydenberg.

Of course every vote should know that they can give burnside a seconds preference and he will get your votes if he does get more than the alp.

I’m sure he’s not being that tricky because on the flyercos Ian McPhee says he’s a Man of vision and integrity


Combined votes for Kew and hawthorn in state election (lib and alp respectively)

Primary lib about 46%. Alp 32%. Grn 16%

Burnside should be going after lib voters not trying to con labor ones
 
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Is there still an election advertising blackout?
Was about to ask this. All the ads have disappeared from TV. I think it has started.

Edit: https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/prog...tical-advertising-blackout-laws-work/11115606

The good news is the blackout laws that stop political parties from advertising close to polling day come into play at midnight tonight. But these rules only take into account heritage or traditional media - that is radio, television, newspapers and magazines.
 
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Burnside in kooyong appears to be trying to fool non lib voters into giving he (greens) first preference.

Asking us to vote tactically as he ‘knows’ he can defeat frydenberg.

Of course every vote should know that they can give burnside a seconds preference and he will get your votes if he does get more than the alp.

I’m sure he’s not being that tricky because on the flyercos Ian McPhee says he’s a Man of vision and integrity


Combined votes for Kew and hawthorn in state election (lib and alp respectively)

Primary lib about 46%. Alp 32%. Grn 16%

Burnside should be going after lib voters not trying to con labor ones

Yates saying the same, but they both are sure alp does not come second in primary votes. Well see

I think I am going 1 alp. 2 Yates. 3 burnside.............2last Fryzo. Last Palmer puppett
 

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Has the ABC (radio) always allowed political advertising or is that a new thing? Heard a Labor ad on the radio in both Sydney and Canberra the last few days. (Assume Libs could too, but haven’t heard that.)
 
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Has the ABC (radio) always allowed political advertising or is that a new thing? Heard a Labor ad on the radio in both Sydney and Canberra the last few days. (Assume Libs could too, but haven’t heard that.)
Blackout started midnight last night
 

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Has the ABC (radio) always allowed political advertising or is that a new thing? Heard a Labor ad on the radio in both Sydney and Canberra the last few days. (Assume Libs could too, but haven’t heard that.)
They give equal airtime to each party with a certain percentage of candidates running. Has been happening for decades, but with the advent of social media it will come under scrutiny after this election.
 

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Has the ABC (radio) always allowed political advertising or is that a new thing? Heard a Labor ad on the radio in both Sydney and Canberra the last few days. (Assume Libs could too, but haven’t heard that.)
They have. It has to end though. Fraser Anning was getting airtime ffs
 
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They have. It has to end though. Fraser Anning was getting airtime ffs
The media used him as a way to rile people up by airing his views and creating a platform for him to launch a national campaign this election.

If they had a policy of not airing things they disagreed with it wouldn't ever have been made known to anyone and he would be a nobody.
 
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