Monday, August 19, 2013

Explanation of preferential voting system from Dennis the Election Koala

Go here and all is explained.


M said...


Cath said...

That is the best explanation I have EVER seen. Brilliant!

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Alex said...

Good job Dennis, now hows about 'avin' a crack at esplainin' votin' process for the upper-'ouse, eh?