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Crikey's Electioncast gives you an independent and honest look at the politics and policy in the lead-up to the 2022 Australian federal election polling day. Will Scott Morrison stop lying? Will voters learn who Anthony Albanese is? Will Clive Palmer spend millions of dollars without electing a single person, again? These are the questions that will be tackle in this daily, no spin look at what Australia's politicians are doing to win your votes. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August ...
 
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The 2022 federal election is officially in the books. On today's edition of the Electioncast, audience editor Imogen Champagne speaks to Kishor Napier-Raman, Amber Schultz, Bernard Keane and Charlie Lewis about a remarkable result that will change the way we think about Australian politics. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Vis…
 
On the eve of the 2022 election, political editor Bernard Keane talks to associate editor Amber Schultz about how the campaign evolved over the weeks, what issues became the focus and what the legacy of the teal independents will be. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
The last week of the election has been centred around costings: when will they be announced, what will they show and whether they matter. On today's Electioncast, news editor Georgia Wilkins dissects the electoral tradition of policy costings, along with introducing Crikey's 'Campaign of Lies and Falsehoods' dossier. Our GDPR privacy policy was upd…
 
them. Scott Morrison reset his campaign during a speech at the Liberal Party launch on Sunday. On today's Electioncast, federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman debriefs on Anthony Albanese's last-minute pitch at the National Press Club today. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
One of the main ways that political parties get a message out to voters is by paying Facebook. On today's Electioncast, associate editor Cam Wilson speaks with Georgia Wilkins about the different ways the parties are using Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms to win your vote this election. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on Augus…
 
A promise to let first home buyers dip into their super was the centre of the Liberal Party's campaign launch yesterday. On today's Electioncast, Bernard Keane speaks to Tips and Murmurs editor Charlie Lewis about how this is just the latest example of Scott Morrison creating policy that puts young Australians last. Our GDPR privacy policy was upda…
 
A handful of seats held on a razor thin margin could decide the 2022 federal election. On today's Electioncast, associate editor Amber Schultz speaks about traveling across NSW to seats that still bear the scars of the Black Summer bushfires. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Some view the West as key to the 2022 election, which is perhaps why the last leaders debate between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese were scheduled at a much more palatable time for sandgropers. On today's Electioncast, our man in the west Charlie Lewis spoke to Imogen Champagne about the debate and what he's se…
 
After going guns blazing after Bill Shorten in the 2019 election — a decision that Labor thinks lost them the election — all eyes are on Clive Palmer and what he does in the dying days of the campaign. On today's Electioncast, federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman spoke to news editor Georgia Wilkins about the Australian political chaos age…
 
The 2022 federal election campaign has brought to the fore questions about political journalism and how it best serves the audience. On today's Electioncast, Crikey investigations editor David Hardaker explains to audience editor Imogen Champagne about an open letter he wrote to Australian journalists about how improving the quality of coverage res…
 
On today's Electioncast, Crikey's federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman debriefs after a particularly shouty leaders debate and yet another bad set of polls for the Coalition. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The rise of 'teal' independents is evidence that polarisation is growing not merely between states in Australia but between urban and regional communities. Crikey's political editor Bernard Keane spoke to associate editor Amber Schultz about how Scott Morrison is stoking this as an electoral strategy. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8…
 
The seat of Hughes has been subject to all manner of chaos in the lead up to the election, from Craig Kelly's defection to ongoing Liberal party preselection battles -- and now that the election has started, you can add to that a strong challenge from a "teal" independent and a One Nation candidate about as easy to get ahold of as Keyser Söze. Crik…
 
Josh Frydenberg and Jim Chalmers faced off in a live televised “treasures” debate at the National Press Club today. It comes just a day after interest rate rises and inflation data damaged the Coalition’s economic credibility. So who won? Federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman joined Electioncast today with some key takeaways, plus some insi…
 
It's official. After historical low interest rates, the RBA took the earlier-than-forecast move of increasing the cash rate by 25 basis point to 0.35 percent. It's the first interest rise in a decade and, importantly, the first one in an election campaign since 2007. Crikey's Bernard Keane explains the decision and dissects what it will mean for th…
 
The official Labor Party election campaign launch was yesterday, the first to be held in Western Australia this side of the Second World War. In today's Electioncast, Charlie Lewis takes us behind the scenes; who was there, how do journos and politicians while away the hours before things get going, and how long did Albanses go on for this time? Ou…
 
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has announced he'll be touching down in WA to launch his election campaign. Amber Schultz speaks to Charlie Lewis on the road in Perth about the significance of the hermit state in the federal election -- and why a state that has been so pro-Coalition in the past is looking like flipping. Our GDPR privacy policy was up…
 
On Today's Electioncast Tips and Murmurs editor Charlie Lewis speaks to politics editor Bernard Keane about yesterdays monstrous inflation rise, what this means for everyday Australians and what impact this might have on the election. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
On a special edition of the Electioncast, associate editor Amber Schultz discusses the three weeks she spent reporting from the Ukrainian border. Yesterday, she published a four part investigative series on Crikey.com.au about the fight against human trafficking there as predators and pedophiles hope to take advantage of vulnerable refugees. We wil…
 
It's been two long weeks of campaigning and, already, a lot has happened: gaffes, a COVID-19 diagnosis, a transphobic candidate and even a surprise Pacific pact. So, how much has this changed what voters are thinking? Federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman speaks to audience editor Imogen Champagne about what the latest polls say, what happe…
 
On today's Crikey Electioncast, Politics Editor Bernard Keane talks to Tips and Murmurs editor Charlie Lewis about the flare up around the recent pact between the Solomon Islands and China: why this represents such a serious blunder for Australia's intelligence agencies, the headaches this is causing the government, and what impact it might have on…
 
Last night’s leaders’ debate was a chance for the men vying to be prime minister to set the narrative for the coming weeks. In front of a room of undecided voters, Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese each tried to sell themselves as the better option. But just how important are these debates in 2022? Crikey‘s Tips and Murmurs editor Charlie Lewis s…
 
In 2016, we had Mediscare. In 2019, it was Labor's death tax. Scare campaigns are a regular feature of Australia's federal elections. Crikey's audience editor Imogen Champagne invites federal politics reporter Kishor Napier-Raman to speculate on what we might see during this year's election and break down why political parties are happy to stoke th…
 
As the leaders of both campaigns hoped for a bit of fresh air over the Easter long weekend, there was one ember that continued to smoulder: Liberal Warringah candidate Katherine Deves and her history of transphobic posts. Crikey associate editor Cam Wilson spoke with audience editor Imogen Champagne about the steady drip of old social media posts a…
 
Australian voters are sick of reporter’s trying to trip up politicians with their ‘gotcha!’ questions – that’s what the overwhelming positive sentiment towards Green’s leader Adam Bandt’s response to a journalist yesterday tells us. News editor Georgia Wilkins joined us on Crikey Electioncast to talk about how when these kind of questions, when ask…
 
On today's edition, Tips and Murmurs editor Charlie Lewis interviews Crikey's political editor Bernard Keane about the stories the media is talking about too much, the stories they're not talking about enough and whether it's OK to get a beer with the PM. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more inform…
 
Crikey's Cam Wilson speaks to Imogen Champagne about the big questions about the election's social media battle ground: What the major parties are doing online? Is TikTok is going to have a big impact, and is anyone bloody paying attention to the election yet? Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more i…
 
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