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The act or process of choosing a person for a position, especially a public office, usually through a vote.

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) to show he has the guts to stand behind his principles. Malcolm Turnbull hasn't officially 'won an election' yet, so amongst the more politically literate of the voting public it's possible that … is somewhat balanced by the fact that an ordinary election was due later in the year anyway. Further, without calling a double dissolution election, Turnbull would have had to effectively abandon the …
answered Jun 22 '16 by Tim Malone
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The first step is finding out which division/electorate you are in, which you can do through the page you linked to, by entering your suburb or postcode (in some divisions it can depend on what street …
answered Jun 25 '16 by Tim Malone
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Government is formed in the lower house (the House of Representatives), so an inability to form government resulting in a second election doesn't affect the terms of the senators. They're in no … matter what, for the terms they were elected for. So the situation with senate seats wouldn't differ between a standard election and a double dissolution election (as this upcoming 2016 federal election
answered Jun 22 '16 by Tim Malone