It’s bringing a new meaning to ‘hot seat’. With the pendulum in full swing for political parties, it seems Queensland will be the final election battle ground. Laura Lavelle reports.
The 2019 election is set to be a close call. According to political analysts there are key issues dividing voters and generations. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
It’s been dubbed the battle of Brisbane. The seat of Petrie, with a margin of just 1.6%, is held by a thread. Leanne Nebe reports.
In twenty-nineteen, gender equality remains an issue in many lines of work. In Politics, the imbalance is no different. Tim Lofthouse reports.
Gone are the days of advertising only on the TV and radio. Politians are picking up social media to engage with voters. Laura Daly reports.
Our Federal political leaders have made their final pitch to voters, ahead of Saturday’s election. Scott Morrison is urging Australians to stay the course, while Bill Shorten says it’s time for change. Laura Daly reports.
Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are criss-crossing the country to win over voters before Saturday and house prices are a talking point for both parties. Grace Desoe reports.
The election race has turned personal as two former Prime Ministers berate sitting members. But do voters really prefer politicians to focus on policy? Brittany Butler reports.
The needs of first home buyers continues to dominate the campaign trail. The leaders of the major parties are both claiming they have the best plans as they vie for young voters. James Stephens reports.
New research shows Labor is on track to win the election. The party’s support has jumped heading into the last week. Tim Lofthouse reports.