Nov 052007
 

Senate voting preferences are now available for scrutiny by those of us smart enough to vote below the line, rather than take the lazy way out, above the line. To find out what your state’s preferential deals between candidates and political parties are, simply click here and start trawling. There are some really weird and wonderful preference distributions in play for November 24, for the Senate at least.
For the House of Reps, preference distribution doesn’t appear to be out yet, but for the seat I’ll be voting in, it looks a sure bet that Laming will get back on the ‘donkey vote’ alone. Unfortunately. Still, live in hope…