Election blogs

Quite a few election blogs have sprung into existence recently. Here’s a list of the ones of which I’m currently aware:

There may well be more election blogs than this. Please tell me about any others in the comment box. I’ll create a separate sidebar blogroll category for them when I think we’ve got a fairly complete list.

Again let me explain to new readers. Troppo’s blogroll listing policy is to attempt to be as inclusive as possible. That is, I’ll list every Australian blog with any significant political content of which I become aware, irrespective of what I think of its quality. So feel free to tell me about your blog.

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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Philip Gomes
2022 years ago

Hiya Ken, I read you most days through my rss feed. Have a look at mine, not sure if it qualifies as a pure political/election blog. I had planned to write about bikes and whatever took my fancy, but the election started shortly after I started so I thought I’d try my hand at it until it’s over. Then it’s back to the wheels.

Cheerio

David Tiley
2022 years ago

Thanks Ken.
And I like Philip, btw. But then I believe all cyclists are politically wise (except the execrable LGF which I won’t even link to.

Zoe
Zoe
2022 years ago

Hi Ken, have a go of the uncategorisable but magnificent reasonsyouwillhateme.blogspot.com, particularly http://reasonsyouwillhateme.blogspot.com/2004_08_01_reasonsyouwillhateme_archive.html

Cheers

Nathan McDonald
2022 years ago

Hi Ken, I keep an eye on the Armadillo, amongst other Aust. blogs as a way of maintaining an ear to the rumblings in the homeland from (currently dreary) London.

It’s not an Australian blog but if you had an international politics/issues category then consider adding perfect.co.uk to it. It’s a group blog which I contribute to. It covers UK, EU and US politics, global social issues such as the environment and a other (IMHO) worthwhile miscellany.

cheers, Nathan

saint
2022 years ago

One that recently linked to me that might qualify:

http://whatroolyhappened.blogspot.com/

The ‘strine for some reason, makes me laugh.

Ken Parish
Ken Parish
2022 years ago

Saint

And I’ll link yours as well (and the others that Chris Sheil listed the other day). But not tonight. I don’t have the energy. Thanks for the tip though. And more are welcome.

saint
2022 years ago

Ken – Real life trumps blogging. Always. Always.

But to tire you out some other day. Other new link to me and one from their links:

rhubarb rhubarb (seems newly revived and maybe not enough there yet)-
http://www.traction.net.au/rhubarb/

suki has an opinion-
http://notanothertermplease.blogspot.com/

Feel free to link me although my quality is low and I don’t know how significant my political content is. Plus my boss keeps telling me I defy categorization!

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2022 years ago

EDDIE no. 7

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