I noted in my last post that television (particularly commercial tv) is the single most influential source of information for voters during election campaigns.
Direct communication by political parties is also important, tending to trump the febrile discourse of the national print media in effectively communicating with electors.
Much of this also goes under the radar, particularly outside the cities, or the areas where journos themselves tend to live. An example is the direct dissing of Kevin Rudd in the ‘sustainability’ mailout Labor distributed in Macquarie last week.
This is your chance to tell us anything notable you’re receiving in your mailbox, and what you think it means. By all means scan stuff in, and link, should you wish.