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Jason Jowett

May 26, 2016
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  1. Democracy App Comparison standards between candidates; Policy history Policy Influence

    Research links on the policies science https://theyvoteforyou.org.au/people/representatives/fadden/ stuart_robert http://www.abc.net.au/news/federal-election-2016/guide/fadd/ By Jason Jowett jason.jowett@gmail.com
  2. >> >> MP Roberts Liberal Party Megan Scanlon Labour Daniel

    Kwon Greens Brendan Ball One Nation ✅ ⛔ ⛔ ⛔ Greenhouse Emissions Reduction Fund F a d d e n >> >> MP Roberts Liberal Party Megan Scanlon Labour Daniel Kwon Greens Brendan Ball One Nation ✅ ⛔ ⛔ ⛔ Charging postgraduate research students fees F a d d e n
  3. >> >> Greenhouse Emissions Reduction Fund MP Roberts Liberal Party

    ✅ Progressed: the Carbon Farming Initiative Amendment Bill 2014. Pro: Emissions reduction fund so it can buy domestic greenhouse gas emissions reductions and offsets by reverse auction. This is a key part of the Coalition Government's Direct Action policy. F a d d e n Democracy App initial issues : Source of Policy comparison data - Getting the data on policies from candidates who haven’t voted in the federal legislative council Amount of external site content - The links in the information tabs - shown left, will be to research topical’s - & precedents in legislation. Getting - off-App coherence Monetisation Option - Including Polling, and further interest - links & such. Journal & newspaper - articles. Monetisation - options
  4. >> >> Greenhouse Emissions Reduction Fund ✅ F a d

    d e n ❎ ✅ ✅ >> CANDIDATES PARTIES DIVISION - The comparison of policy to candidates or parties option - The GPS auto-division selection preference change (map) - The Policy List prioritisation 1) Popularity 2) Prominence (regional) 3) Historically Justified U.I. ISSUES