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Archives for November 2006

Liberal Party TV Advertisements – 2006 Victorian State Election

The Victorian state election was held on November 25, 2006.

The Bracks Labor government was comfortably re-elected, securing the second-largest majority in the history of the Victorian parliament. The ALP won 55 of the 88 seats in the Legislative Assembly, a loss of 7. The Liberal Party and Nationals coalition won 32, an increase of 8, including one from an independent.

Ted Baillieu led the Liberal Party, having replaced Robert Doyle on May 8, 2006.

This page contains 16 Liberal Party television commercials from the election. [Read more…]


Kim Beazley’s Leadership Questioned After Rove McManus Slip

Opposition Leader Kim Beazley’s leadership has been called into question, following an embarrassing slip of the tongue when Beazley confused entertainer Rove McManus with US political operative Karl Rove.

Beazley was commenting on McManus following the death of the television entertainer’s wife, Belinda Emmett. [Read more…]