PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA



Recent News:

PRSA input to Inquiry
into Conduct of 2013 Election by Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters



Hodgman Government rejects Liberal State Council moves to replace Hare-Clark electoral system
 
PRSA response to Georgiou Panel proposals on Victoria's municipal
electoral system

 
For Victoria's Upper House, your vote below-the-line needs only 5 preferences marked, so vote for  individual
  
candidates, in your preferred order, instead of handing a vote to a party machine to pass it to those you don't
  
want - as happened at the last Senate election - with consequences many above-the-line voters did not expect.

  

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National Society &

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New South Wales

 

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Queensland

 

Western Australia

  

Proportional Representation and its Importance
    

 The growth and success of quota-preferential proportional representation (STV)

    

Issues of the PRSA newsletter Quota Notes

  

Other Publications

Hare-Clark electoral system
  
Index A-Z Talks to PRSA by electoral commentators

Analysis of certain Federal and State single-member electorate elections

to show likely outcome under the more representative Hare-Clark PR system

      

Vote-counting Service for clubs, incorporated associations, etc.

   

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