After a brief intermission, this blog is back from today to cover this month’s New South Wales state election. Unfortunately due to the tight timeframes around the New Zealand, Victorian and Queensland elections I was delayed in completing my NSW guide. I have now finished all preparatory work and am full-steam-ahead on posting seat profiles.
At the time of writing, I have finished the first nine seat guides, but I’m hoping to finish the first half of the guide this week. You can find links to the pendulum and the alphabetical list of seats in a box on the right-hand side of the website, along with links to the ten most recently-completed seats. You can also find the guide at the menu on the top of the website, although I haven’t yet written any introductory material.
If you want more on the NSW election, I was interviewed on Saturday morning on Backchat on Sydney community radio station FBI about the NSW election, but mostly focusing on the general way in which electorates are drawn and how geography effects elections.
You can also use this post as an open thread discuss the NSW state election – I’ll post these threads every few days over the course of the month as events unfold.