No matter how you vote, it's costing you

Hooper, Narelle
September 1998
BRW;09/21/98, Vol. 20 Issue 36, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on the costs of the 1998 federal election in Australia. Money spent by political parties on advertising; Rising costs of election campaigns; 1996 amendments to the Commonwealth Electoral Act giving more parties more funds; Coalition party putting more money into the campaign due to the challenge from the Australian Labor Party; Costs of electronic advertising. INSET: Pollsters nip at each other's heels.


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