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  • Website

    Compulsory voting in Australia

    2011 - Australian Electoral Commission

    In-text: (Compulsory voting in Australia, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Australian Electoral Commission. 2011. Compulsory voting in Australia. [online] Available at: <https://www.aec.gov.au/about_aec/publications/voting/> [Accessed 25 May 2022].

  • Website

    Bonotti, M. and Strangio, P.

    Australia’s experience of compulsory voting — and what it tells us about democratic fragility and resilience

    2022 - ABC News

    In-text: (Bonotti and Strangio, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Bonotti, M. and Strangio, P., 2022. Australia’s experience of compulsory voting — and what it tells us about democratic fragility and resilience. [online] ABC. Available at: <https://www.abc.net.au/religion/bonotti-strangio-australian-experience-of-compulsory-voting/13531720> [Accessed 5 June 2022].

  • Website

    GetUp How-To-Vote cards preference candidates with strong climate, First Nations policies

    2022 - Paul Oosting

    In-text: (GetUp How-To-Vote cards preference candidates with strong climate, First Nations policies, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: GetUp. 2022. GetUp How-To-Vote cards preference candidates with strong climate, First Nations policies. [online] Available at: <https://www.getup.org.au/media/releases/post/getup-how-to-vote-cards-preference-candidates-with-strong-climate-first-nations-policies-1> [Accessed 6 June 2022].

  • Newspaper

    Glover, R.

    What the U.S. can learn from Australia’s election process

    2018 - The Washington Post

    “It can be really hard work trying to vote in USA,” “Surely being forced to vote is an infringement of individual liberty? That’s not how most Australians see it.” “The United States is so adept at talking about “exporting democracy.” Australians just wonder why it does such a bad job of making its own democracy work?”

    In-text: (Glover, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Glover, R., 2018. What the U.S. can learn from Australia’s election process. The Washington Post, [online] Available at: <https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2018/11/07/what-the-u-s-can-learn-from-australias-election-process/> [Accessed 1 June 2022].

  • Website

    Kronast, H.

    The world's most bizarre voting systems and how they compare to the unconventional US electoral college

    2020 - Newshub

    In-text: (Kronast, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Kronast, H., 2020. The world's most bizarre voting systems and how they compare to the unconventional US electoral college. [online] Newshub. Available at: <https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/12/the-world-s-most-bizarre-voting-systems-and-how-they-compare-to-the-unconventional-us-electoral-college.html> [Accessed 31 May 2022].

  • Newspaper

    Marsh, P.

    US election: How does voting in America compare to Australia?

    2016 - ABC News

    "It's like baseball or cricket, it's got arcane kind of rules and statistics," “If you don't want to vote in America, you don't have to. At the last presidential election in 2012, the Bipartisan Policy Centre found only 57.2 per cent of eligible citizens voted.” “As of the 2016 election, 95.4 per cent of eligible Australians were enrolled to vote.”

    In-text: (Marsh, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Marsh, P., 2016. US election: How does voting in America compare to Australia?. ABC News, [online] Available at: <https://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-11-03/us-election-vs-australian-election/7968490> [Accessed 25 May 2022].

  • Website

    Morey, S.

    Is our electoral system truly democratic? How Australia stacks up on 4 key measures

    2022 - The Conversation

    In-text: (Morey, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Morey, S., 2022. Is our electoral system truly democratic? How Australia stacks up on 4 key measures. [online] The Conversation. Available at: <https://theconversation.com/is-our-electoral-system-truly-democratic-how-australia-stacks-up-on-4-key-measures-180868> [Accessed 31 May 2022].

  • Interview

    O'Connor, B.

    US election: How does voting in America compare to Australia?

    2016 - United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney

    "You can narrow it down to five states with a few others in the mix," "It's like baseball or cricket, it's got arcane kind of rules and statistics,"

    In-text: (O'Connor, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: O'Connor, B., 2016. US election: How does voting in America compare to Australia?.

  • Website

    Price, N.

    Presidential Election in The Gambia - United States Department of State

    2021 - U.S. Department of State

    In-text: (Price, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Price, N., 2021. Presidential Election in The Gambia - United States Department of State. [online] United States Department of State. Available at: <https://www.state.gov/presidential-election-in-the-gambia/> [Accessed 31 May 2022].

  • Newspaper

    Reybrouck, D. V.

    Why elections are bad for democracy

    2016 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Reybrouck, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Reybrouck, D., 2016. Why elections are bad for democracy. The Guardian, [online] Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/29/why-elections-are-bad-for-democracy> [Accessed 5 June 2022].

  • Website

    Sanneh, A.

    The Gambia's 55-year-old marbles voting system is simple but difficult to cheat

    2021 - The Conversation

    In-text: (Sanneh, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Sanneh, A., 2021. The Gambia's 55-year-old marbles voting system is simple but difficult to cheat. [online] The Conversation. Available at: <https://theconversation.com/the-gambias-55-year-old-marbles-voting-system-is-simple-but-difficult-to-cheat-173263> [Accessed 31 May 2022].

  • Newspaper

    Tomazin, F.

    Why Australia’s voting system is the envy of Americans

    2022 - The Sydney Morning Herald

    “They envy our centrally organised, independently run system replete with democracy sausages.” “But one of the things that we hope to do by promoting the idea of universal voting is to put a north star out there that says the best way to guarantee people’s right to vote is to assert it as a positive civic duty for every American.” “We’ve specifically embraced democracy sausages - but we also suggest there be vegan sausages,”

    In-text: (Tomazin, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Tomazin, F., 2022. Why Australia’s voting system is the envy of Americans. The Sydney Morning Herald, [online] Available at: <https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-america/us-eyes-australia-s-compulsory-voting-system-as-federal-election-looms-20220512-p5akkb.html> [Accessed 25 May 2022].

  • E-book or PDF

    Unknown

    history-of-voting-in-america-timeline.pdf

    2022 - Washington Secretary of State - Washington

    In-text: (Unknown, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Unknown, 2022. history-of-voting-in-america-timeline.pdf. [ebook] Washington: Washington Secretary of State. Available at: <https://www.sos.wa.gov/_assets/elections/history-of-voting-in-america-timeline.pdf> [Accessed 25 May 2022].

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