A series of controversial decisions has culminated in Governor-General John Kerr’s dismissal of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam and his appointment of Malcolm Fraser, who did not have a lower house majority, in his place. Whitlam’s supporters are furious at Kerr’s actions, but many voters are more concerned about his turbulent handling of the economy.
Australia – 1987
After a tumultuous second term in office, abandoning most of it’s policies from it’s previous government, can Bob Hawke make history and lead Labor to it’s subsequent 3rd election victory? Or will John Howard and the coalition capitalize on the disillusion of labor’s heartland and form Government? (all whilst avoiding the disastrous Joh for Canberra campaign)
Playable characters include:
Bob Hawke (Labor)
John Howard (Liberal)
Ian Sinclair (National)
Sir Joh Bjielke-Peterson
Janine Haines (Democrats)
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This is my first published campaign so feedback is more than welcome.
2004 – Australia updated 6-12-19
As the year 2004 and the third term of the Howard Government come to a close, an election looms. Many issues of domestic and foreign policy divide a polarized electorate … and, in a post-September 11 world, the spectre of international terrorism is always present?
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After more than a decade of the Howard Government, a young and untested Labor leader – Kevin Rudd – has risen on the national scene. Is it time for a change, or will Australians elect John Howard to a fifth consecutive Liberal government?
Feedback welcome 😀
2007 – Australia Latest Update 6-6-19
2007 – Australia Updated version
2010 – Australia House of Representatives
With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to update my 2010 scenario
2013 – Australia House of Representatives
With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to update my 2013 scenario