It will really be a Super Saturday, with full tables of AFL matches on board – and we also choose a premier.
Many Australians have found a good enough excuse to vote earlier. But many millions will head to the polling stations to enjoy democratic sausages and use our firmly crucial right to vote on who should guide us over the next three years (or perhaps less, based on recent history ).
So, if you have not decided who else to vote for, perhaps that insight into the history of mixing with politics will help.
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WHAT AFF TODAY IS TO HELP PREVIOUSLY WITH THE VIBOR RESULTS?
Anthony Greene may have called the election to the end of the game, but one way to predict the winner is to look at the Northern Melbourne match in Sydney.
This is because, since 1951, when swans play on election day, their result always reflects that of the election.
When they win (as they did in 2010), labor won the election. When they lose (as they did in 2016), the Coalition wins the election.
Kangaroos are preferred tonight in Hobart, which may mean that the liberal disorders are on the cards.
WHO CAN SUPPORT MINISTER 2019 CANDIDATES?
By virtue of being a Victoria, the Labor Bill is a natural fan of AFL; the fantasy of the liberals Scott Morrison, a new South Wales, is more of a debate.
While it was previously reported that Shorten in the early years changed teams from South Melbourne, he is certainly already a Collingwood fan, as shown by him, bearing Magpies colors with Anzac's pride of this year.
This is a little dangerous contrast to Shorten, given that it is the headquarters of Maribyrnong – which includes the Essendon area. There were many Bombardier fans on Anzac's Day, calling "a wrong tie, Bill!" While entering the MCG.
Morrison has tried to avoid falling into the trap of a fake AFL fan, confessing he's more of a rugby league fan than Australian rules.
Even this was controversial, because Morrison had previously written that "rugby will always be my game" – which is about union.
Now he confesses he is a fan of Cronulla Sharks in the NRL, and his federal headquarters of Cook cover the home grass of the sharks. This is despite the fact that Morrison grew up in the coastal suburb of Bronte.
Morrison now claims he has no ingrained interest in AFL – yet he has chirpped ten years ago to be a Western Bulldogs fan as he was featured in the game by former coach Rodney Eade.
Also, Morrison returns Perth to win the Grand Final last year.
WHAT ARE THE MAIN PARTS THAT ARE PROVIDING FOR AFL CLUBS OF THIS VIBOR?
You can always get a nice title and opportunity for a photo by giving some money, so both big parties have promised to fund development for the AFL teams.
Both countries have promised $ 15 million for Adelaide's new headquarters, while the liberals have also promised $ 15 million for a new Sydney training center, $ 15 million to restore Carlton's Icon Park plus $ 15 million for a sports center research. additions to Collingwood headquarters in Olympic Park.
The lab has announced $ 20 million for Haunton's new facility, $ 20 million for the final stage of reconstruction at Geilo Stadium, and last year promised $ 25 million to help fund a Tasmanian AFL team.
No matter how fun it is, many of these promises see funding being disposed of in places with minimal costs.
GMHBA's stadium is at Corios, a safe work place, but it is close to the incredibly narrow seat of the Crangames, where many Cat lovers live.
WHAT IS POLITICAL IDENTITIES?
The most obvious combination of legs and politics is probably Jeff Kenneth, former Liberal Prime Minister of Victoria, who is now President of Hawthorn. Eldendon's president and former Labor Finance Minister Lindsey Tanner are very similar.
But many went in another way, using their partial popularity from their sports career to get into parliament.
After spending more than a decade in state politics, former Fremantle coach and Geelong player Damian Drum now represent the National Party in the Victorian side of Nicol, in the center of Shepherton.
It is believed that he is very likely to hold his seat in the election on Saturday.
At the state level in Victoria, double premier Justin Madden moved from retirement in 1997 to be elected on the same day as the famous Preliminary Finals between Carlton and Esenddon as MP.
"You know who the opposition is, but you also have to fight for survival in your own team because everyone else would like that," Madden said. Fairfax Media the comparison of foot and foot.
– Reasoning is death. Whether it's football or politics.
At the same election, Madden joined parliament, Jeff Kenneth tried to get Gilling champion Billy Brownles to run for the Liberal Party.
Dual Premier Adelaide star Nigel Smart was competing unsuccessfully for the Liberals of the state elections in South Australia in 2006.
More recently, in 2013, the first time Clive Palmer tried to get into politics with his big bank account, he chose Big Doug Hawkins of the Western Bulldog as a Victorian candidate in the Senate.
Can we see any more pictures of politicians who have joined the book?
Yes. To be able.