This year, no matter which election I'm voting in, I plan to be a conviction voter.
Jenna Price is a columnist for The Canberra Times and Daily Life, and a senior lecturer in journalism at the University of Technology, Sydney.
The number of women representing the Coalition in the lower house has shrunk to just 13 – the lowest it's been in decades - but that's the least of the conservative party's gender problems.
More than 400,000 Australians chose to vote for One Nation in the Senate.
The increase in pre-poll voting has been massive, largely due to the timing of the election.
I love it when I get a phone call from a pollster. I have things to say and people to whom I want to say them. When I say people, I mean politicians.
The federal government continues to push a sickness tax. If you are sick, you will pay more for being sick. No-one will be immune.
One of the world's most heartless immigration ministers – now the federal treasurer – refuses to apologise when he's wrong.
Rosie Batty has questioned the government's double standard undervaluing the roles axed workers play in front line community services. Jenna Price reports.