Chip in for the Tally Room’s 2014/15 state election coverage


Since the New Zealand election just over one week ago, you may have noticed the blog go quiet, but I haven’t slowed down.

I have now posted the first 55 electorate profiles for the upcoming Victorian state election, including twenty-three in the last week.

Over the next six months, we will see state elections in Victoria and New South Wales, and almost certainly in Queensland (definitely by June).

I’ve got a tight schedule to get complete profiles done for all three state elections, and at the moment I’m throwing pretty much all of my time into writing Victorian state electorate profiles, and making booth maps for the Queensland state election.

In addition, I’ve written profiles of four upcoming by-elections: three in the Hunter region of New South Wales, and one in the regional WA seat of Vasse. This adds up to at least four election nights in October/November, and another two early in 2015.

If you find this work useful, interesting or valuable, I’d hope you’d consider making a donation to support the website. Donations from readers helps support my work. If I put together sufficient funds, I would be able to devote more time to the coverage of these three elections over the next six months. Even a small donation would be very much appreciated. I particularly appreciate small regular donations, as they can help me plan for the future.

I’ll be back later this week with some more blog posts, but in the meantime you can read profiles of at least 54 Victorian state electorates. There are links to the lists of seats on the box on the right-hand side of the website, and I am also posting the ten most recent electorate profiles in the same place. Check back over the coming days to see the list of electorates change.

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  1. You should consider creating some merchandise based on your electorate map artwork on a site like cafepress, or perhaps a calendar on (which could include dates of psephological interest such as upcoming elections).

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