2022 A Vital Shakeup in Oz Politics – ConspiracyOz

The Teal Thing  – (Teal of Revenge)

Teal independents – Wikipedia

Climate 200 – Wikipedia

Simon Holmes à Court – Wikipedia

Kooyong 200 and feud with Josh Frydenberg

Holmes à Court was a financial supporter and member of federal Liberal MP Josh Frydenberg‘s Kooyong 200 fundraising arm. He was expelled by Frydenberg after he wrote an op-ed in Guardian Australia in 2018 supporting the closure of AGL’s coal-fired Liddell Power Station

Mike Cannon-Brookes – Wikipedia

AGL rejects second takeover bid with Mike Cannon-Brookes

ASX up, HESTA supports Cannon-Brookes on AGL demerger

Mike Cannon-Brookes dismisses PM’s suggestion that coal plants should run to end of scheduled life

Election 2022 Are the Teal independents a political party

Teal independent Kate Chaney claims victory in Curtin as Celia Hammond concedes defeat – ABC News

The Aftermath

Anthony Albanese champions climate commitments as he seeks closer ties with Asia

Energy Minister Chris Bowen blames Coalition for Australia’s gas crisis, says ‘gas trigger’ not the answer

Albanese government mugged by gas crisis as it faces challenge of managing expectations

AEC trying to assure voters that election results are accurate

Senate Results

Nearly 4 million enrolled people did not vote or their votes have been ignored by the AEC

National Party doomed forever with new leader Littleproud who supports net zero carbon dioxide emissions

Federal election live Labor two seats away from majority as counting continues

Central Queensland’s LNP voters wait and watch new Labor government’s policies on coal

Liberal Melissa Price plans to stay the course in Durack, despite Kimberley and Pilbara slump

While WA was largely COVID-free for the majority of the previous term, Ms Price said the pandemic had hindered her ability to travel widely around the electorate.

“Now that we don’t have COVID, there is a very good chance that I will be able to spend more time in the electorate,” she said.

Chinese-Australian voters helped sway the election result. So what issues mattered most to them

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang had a warm welcome message for Anthony Albanese.

How Western Sydney voted and why the results were difficult to predict

Legalise Cannabis Australia party sees record Queensland Senate votes in federal election

New Fowler MP Dai Le says she will be a ‘real independent’, not a teal one, after beating Labor’s Kristina Keneally

Former treasurer Josh Frydenberg concedes defeat in inner-Melbourne seat of Kooyong

Australian election latest Which seats are still in doubt And when will counting finish

Australian election results 2022 live votes tracker and federal seat counts Australian election 2022

How Scott Morrison lost the election as Anthony Albanese triumphs in a sea of teal


The Buildup

Election 2022 COVID-positive voters to vote over the phone, AEC says

Election 2022 High postal vote could delay result in a close contest

Steep rise in postal votes could delay results in closely fought seats in 2022 election

Everything you need to know about how to vote on election day

West Australians line up at polls around state but about half of voters opt to go early

How do I vote in the federal election if I have COVID-19 How does phone voting work And how long do I have to do it

Election rules to change to ensure all Australians with COVID-19 can vote

Why some voters in Sydney’s west are turning to Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party this election

Hunter electorate ‘forgotten’ in coal energy debate in lead up to federal election

Why the Citizens Party supports China’s Belt and Road Australian Citizens Party

SACK THEM ALL Protest Draws HUGE CROWDS Across Australia

Sack them all‘ Sydney protestors rally against vaccine mandates and urge vote against major parties

How Bob Katter became a rogue voice in federal parliament

Fines and court What can happen if you don’t vote

How to vote and get rid of Liberal, Labor and Greens

Consumer confidence plunges to lockdown levels while Australians prepare for the polls

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate slams LNP and Labor, says he’ll ‘look at’ voting for Clive Palmer in federal election

As the federal election nears, voters’ frustration with major parties could shake things up

Federal election live Scott Morrison pressed on bushfire response as Anthony Albanese fumbles economic figures

Clive Palmer’s UAP is spending big in the upcoming federal election.

George Soros’ GetUp and unions ready to manipulate voting ensuring ALP wins election

Scott Morrison says Chinese military base in Solomon Islands would be ‘red line’ for Australia

Scott Morrison called a psycho by a Cabinet Minister

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