The Northern Territory news Sat 16 Apr 2022
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Are you Australias fi rst SuperVoter? Coming soon . Elections. They bring ou t the voter in a ll of us. And there are many differen t types of vote rs. Like the Early Voter. These individuals ha ve been waiti ng since the moment the last electi on was decid ed to make s ure their voice is heard again this tim e. The Rusted O ns. You know them, the on es who have always supported a c ertain party b ecause, just lik e their footy t eam, its what their par ents told them to do. The Instant E xpert Voters. These voters follow every debate, read every op inion and beco me instant po litical experts, so they can discuss th e election adfi nitum. The Tick All T he Boxes Vote r. They love to make a day o f it and look forward to deliberatin g over the Peo ple for Dogs o n Seats in Restaurants Party vs The N ude Olympics Party. Even the BBQ Voters. First in line when the ir local polling booth opens, they p lace their vot e then take t heir place be hind the democracy BB Q for the rest of the day. And this Fede ral Election, w ere going to uncover a wh ole new kind of voter: The voter wh o likes it free and easy. Wh o doesnt just love the outcome, they love the fun o f the game. The voter who might know a bit but certain ly has a lot to say. The voter for whom voting just once in t heir own elec torate is not nearly eno ugh. Australia, mee t the SuperVo ter. Anyone can d o it and anyon e can be the fi rst. Will it be y ou? FUN, FREE & EAS Y TO PLAY! SUPERVOTER.CO M.AU
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