HOW TO VOTE



Before you engage this page, understand that David James Connolly's view is: The Government's sole job is to manage this country and hand it over to the next generation in the same or a better state than they received it.

Closer to polling day the Australian Values Party will form a view of the best co-representatives we feel can lead this country from the House of Representatives - in the Green Room.

David James Connolly will provide an image of the voting card with recommendations on how to vote in order to ensure our country has the most progressive, principled leaders who are driven to deliver the best government.

Why would David James Connolly do this?  Because its bloody hard to be an expert in something you are required to do every 3 years with no high quality insights into the people on the ticket except what through what you are told by media agencies who make more money telling a furphy than sharing honest content.  Example ticket below.

 

PREFERENTIAL VOTING - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Via Australian Electoral Commission

Each House of Representatives contest will elect a single representative.

The preferential voting system used for the House of Representatives provides for multiple counts of ballot papers to occur to determine who has acquired an absolute majority of the total votes (more than 50% of formal votes).

During the counting process, votes are transferred between candidates according to the preferences marked by voters.

“Your favourite candidate first, your second next, and so forth through the list.  Right down to who you least want in Federal Parliament”  AEC


 
 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES KOOYONG

The Australian Values Party centrally manages the allocation of preferences and how to vote cards.  For your local how to vote card, head to the Australian Values Party side by clicking on the logo below.

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PREFERENTIAL VOTING - SENATE

Via Australian Electoral Commission

Each Senate contest will elect multiple representatives.

The preferential voting system used for the Senate provides for multiple counts of ballot papers to occur to determine which candidates have achieved the required quota of formal votes to be elected.

During the counting process, votes are transferred between candidates according to the preferences marked by voters.

 
 

SENATE

The Australian Values Party centrally manages the allocation of preferences and how to vote cards.  For your local how to vote card, head to the Australian Values Party side by clicking on the logo below.

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