Wikipedia:WikiProject Australian politics

The WikiProject on Australian politics is a project to better organise information in articles related to the politics and government of Australia at federal, state and local levels of government.

Articles maintained by this WikiProject are grouped in Category:WikiProject Australian politics articles by using the politics=yes parameter with the {{WP Australia}} template.

Usage: {{WP Australia|politics=yes}}

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  • AlanS
  • Ajdlinux
  • APNOneTwo - Former Political science student at UniMelb. I am particularly interested in a wide range of topics such as updating cabinet members, adding infoboxes for consistency, electorates, bios of Asian-Australian elected officials.
  • User:Apriljennifer - Political science student at Monash.
  • Bduke Have already added some stuff for NT pollies. I lived in NT for 18 years, but am now in Melbourne.
  • BenM
  • User:Bidgee - Getting photographs when possible, add infoboxes, sourcing etc.
  • Bjenks - Non-party-interested but prev. professional involvement with major parties plus Nats, Dems and alternatives since 1975.
  • User:BookFate
  • Caleb Bond
  • User:CamV8
  • Canley – electoral maps, scripted output of election result tables, historical stuff bios and results when I can find the time to research
  • Catiline52
  • Casliber
  • Charbono
  • CJ
  • Coekon (talk) 01:48, 1 July 2011 (UTC)
  • ColonialGrid
  • Dawesi - Interest in smaller political parties and lobby groups and their particular strategies and how they evolve/merge into other parties.
  • DivermanAU (was Diverman until they changed my ID.) — Historical articles and info.
  • Donama - general stuff, mainly keeping non-controversial political detail up-to-date
  • Eley - Help out here and there
  • Elyswyth
  • Euryalus
  • Find bruce - electorates, politicians, courts of disputed returns, referencing
  • Frickeg - electorates, politicians, etc.
  • GarrieIrons - electorates, members, western Sydney NSW. Sorry but I'm making a few stubs but will come back around to them when I work a few more issues out...
  • Giles Martin - long-term ALP activist in the Newcastle area, though now living outside Australia, interested in tidying up and correcting articles within my area of knowledge
  • Godianus the Finder
  • GoForMoe
  • Grahame C
  • Granleese
  • Guy0307 (talk) - Especially anything election-related.
  • Hack - WA politics
  • Hamiltonstone - working on some major political institution pages, plus fed MP bios
  • HiLo48 - Federal and Victorian stuff in particular. Other random stuff if it attracts my attention.
  • Hshook
  • John Vandenberg - Melbourne. Working on ABS, OCS and other federal advisory agencies.
  • John Quiggin I'll do bits and pieces as I get time. I've been a reasonably close follower of Oz politics for the past thirty years, so I could probably add details to quite a few entries if I'm pointed in the right direction
  • Kapitan110295
  • Kingo - Happy to help out when I'm around
  • User:Kingteesdale - the Nationals, minor parties and their particular strategies with a non-partisan view - happy to help where I can
  • K-Mac
  • Kirsdarke01 - State electoral districts and results, primarily for the Eastern states.
  • LeoC12 - interested in both football and Australian politics, will focus on details on both major and minor parties when I'm not overly busy.
  • Leon I've been trying to blitz Kevin Rudd's article and keep it accurate as new policy, etc. is released. From Melbourne.
  • Lisa Thurston (wd be glad to help out here)
  • Locochoko love me some general political and organisational geekery.
  • LW77
  • Marcnut1996 - NSW and federal politics mainly, as well as state party branches of the major parties.
  • Nasica - I know a bit about elections and parliament, so I'll try to help out there.
  • Nford24
  • User:Oronsay - bios of women politicians, general updating
  • PorthysekSA Interested in the House of Senate, Ministers and Shadow Ministers
  • Nick-D
  • Onetwothreeip
  • Orderinchaos - Mainly historical politics at state level around Australia, and especially Western Australia.
  • PabloZ
  • Penzance1 - Victorian, NSW and Queensland politics with a focus on the Coalition.
  • Peta
  • Peter Campbell I am keen to add additional information and articles. I live in Melbourne.
  • Philip Terry Graham – hailing from Sydney; keen on contributing to general #auspol articles, such as elections. Contributing brand new graphics for Australian electorates – 11:44, 5 May 2016 (UTC)
  • Романов - Mostly Eastern States politics and Federal members.
  • porturology - concentrating on Federal Health Ministers
  • Powertothepeople - Fairly new to editing wikipedia. I like to tidy up less important living politicians whose profiles have a bit of puffery and/or were based on their own materials.
  • Presidentman
  • Rangasyd - Sydney - focus on western Sydney & western NSW State & Federal seats; and by-elections in NSW. I have completed, or are in the process of completing the historical ministries in NSW.
  • Rebecca
  • Recurring dreams - NSW and Australian politics in general
  • Roisterer - I already thought I had my name here but I generally concentrate on dead politicians.
  • Rotovia
  • Runger 999
  • Sarah
  • Scott Davis
  • Stephen Bain (talk)
  • Stormie
  • Supdup
  • superegz
  • Supun47 From NSW, interested in Australian + American politics but mainly psephology. Have also developed own electoral system
  • Surturz
  • Taymaishu - Mainly working on MLC's in New South Wales, will be developing and cleaning/structuring general NSW MPs and MLCs in standard formatting.
  • tbyrn21 - Qlder, mostly focusing on collating upcoming candidates for elections.
  • Thatguykalem (talk) - Editing bits of everything. I'll be all over the place ^_^
  • The Little Platoon (talk) - I would really like to see the stories of our political leaders and candidates set out more clearly. Democracy doesn't really work unless you know who you're voting for and what they believe.
  • Thescrubbythug - Updated federal electoral division pages; currently doing up federal ministry pages; uploading public domain photos of historic Australian politicians; etc.
  • TheTimMan - From WA, interested in federal and WA state politics
  • Timeshift - found working most on Australian federal and South Australian state elections, by-elections, leaders and politicians - historical and modern.
  • Timrollpickering
  • Twotwofourtysix
  • Unus Multorum Political scientist, working in the Netherlands but writes a lot about Australian political history
  • Warnester - can help with NSW Politicians, and Commonwealth Government departments
  • User:Wikipeterproject - Adding bits and pieces when I have time. Contributed articles on Francis Matthew John Baker & Francis Patrick Baker - only father to follow son into political office in Australia.
  • WikiTownsvillian
  • YellowMonkey -electorate issues
  • Minigoody101
  • LeoC12
  • SwiftyPeep
  • Champion (talk · contribs)
  • Politically Minded Stoner
  • Laborrules8
  • Rileyb
  • ThirdEchelon (talk · contribs) - 2017 candidate for Queensland MLA; 2019 candidate for MP.
  • Vserum13 (talk · contribs) - Live in NSW, interested in Federal and State politics. Have worked in Fed and State Parliament and am familiar with useful resources.

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