Opinion

Buying votes will be costly to our democracy

By Donna Bates
Updated March 23 2022 - 5:56am, first published 5:53am
Clive Palmer's United Australia party spent around $80 million dollars on the 2019 election. Photo: Shutterstock

With the federal election just weeks away, voters are already being subjected to a barrage of political advertising on TV and radio, in print and online, largely from Clive Palmer's United Australia Party.

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