2022 Victorian State Election-November 26

Who will win the Victorian election

  • Labor

    Votes: 32 86.5%
  • Coalition

    Votes: 5 13.5%

  • Total voters
    37

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kalex6251

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remember it clearly ..... good times

even better was the night of the supplementary frankston east by-election ..... that night, a lost and forlorn jeff kennett fronted the media unable to explain how it had come to this (to be fair, his psychological malaise had been building for over a month since the shock result of an election he arrogantly thought would be a shoe-in)

that night, standing in front of the amassed tv cameras in some backwater public hall in a suburb he had likely never visited before .... let alone heard of (resplendent in a bizarre knitted jumper) ..... he looked every bit the beaten pathetic man who just had the bejeezus kicked out of his arrogant backside

and to this day he remains a pathetic waste of space (some interesting rumours around about his personal life but wont go there - suffice to say, if true, those who continue to speak highly of him would change their position instantly)
 
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Not really seeing anything yet that says any kind of independent wave will happen in the lower house. I'm worried that the upper house will be a total debacle though with some total clowns getting voted in through group voting tickets, but if that happens then Labor only has themselves to blame because they've done nothing about it
 

kalex6251

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^^^

kevin bonham has repeatedly labelled electoral laws governing the victorian upper house an absolute joke .... the worst in australia by a country effen mile
 
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Not really seeing anything yet that says any kind of independent wave will happen in the lower house. I'm worried that the upper house will be a total debacle though with some total clowns getting voted in through group voting tickets, but if that happens then Labor only has themselves to blame because they've done nothing about it

From having the front page of the HeraldSun and predicting holding the balance of power to not contesting in the space of 6 weeks is ..... well at least they realised that there is only so many restaurateur and publicans and their ideology was too specific.

At least the cookers have the Angry Victorians Party (formally known as the Australian Values Party) to put their hopes in.
 

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Not really seeing anything yet that says any kind of independent wave will happen in the lower house. I'm worried that the upper house will be a total debacle though with some total clowns getting voted in through group voting tickets, but if that happens then Labor only has themselves to blame because they've done nothing about it

At least the Australian Democrats are making a political comeback after so many years in the wilderness. For those who may have forgotten who the Australian Democrats were, they were the party the late Don Chipp, a former Labor minister in the Whitlam government, founded back in 1977, who wanted 'to keep the bastards honest.'
 

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At least the Australian Democrats are making a political comeback after so many years in the wilderness. For those who may have forgotten who the Australian Democrats were, they were the party the late Don Chipp, a former Labor minister in the Whitlam government, founded back in 1977, who wanted 'to keep the bastards honest.'
Don Chip was a Labor Minister in Gough's Government you say?

Has anyone told Don?