The Good Sauce Federal Election Podcast is an overview of Australia’s democracy, voting system, and main right-of-relative-centre political parties. Each episode Dave Pellowe asks a leading political thinker for their opinions and explanations to help right-thinking Australians be more effective with their vote and political influence.
In this first episode, Graham Young discusses:
- How does Australian federal democracy work?
- How does preferential voting work?
- What do party preferences tell you about a party?
- Is preferential voting a good voting system?
- Should party leadership be more democratic?
- Was the removal of Tony Abbott popular in the Liberal Party?
- Strengths and weakness of liberal party and compared to other freedom parties?
In the next episode with Graham Young, we hear his pros and cons of this election’s Liberal Party, the Nationals, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party, the Lib Dem’s, United Australia Party and Craig Kelly, Katter’s Australia Party and others, as well as Graham’s advice for Morrison.
Future episodes include Gerard Rennick, George Christensen, Campbell Newman, Rob Katter and Maryka Groenwald. Make sure you check them out before you vote on May 21!
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Dave Pellowe is a Christian conservative writer & commentator, editor of The Good Sauce, and convener of the annual Church And State Summit. He believes in natural law & freedoms, objective Truth & justice, personal responsibility & voluntary charity, strong nations & families, free markets & small government. Dave's show, "Pellowe Talk", offers honest insights on important public issues & ideas, as well as informative long-form interviews with experts and insiders. Many of Dave's articles are syndicated across Australia and New Zealand. [more]