The cyberattacks that may have influenced last month's US presidential election should prompt Australia to secure its electoral processes, write Roland Wen and Richard Buckland.
Australians who live overseas long-term are able to keep in touch with local issues and should be entitled to vote, writes George Williams.
In a democracy, voters should determine who is elected to Parliament. The Senate electoral system fails this test, writes George Williams.
Before the next federal poll, we must take a hard look at the basic features of our voting system, including the viability of casting electronic votes, writes George Williams.
Some media commentators are blaming the bizarre make-up of the Senate on uninformed voters, but new research paints a more complex and reassuring picture of the undecided voter, writes Edwina Throsby.