If you're a new reader or haven't been following recently, you might like to consider some of these posts:
• How to vote Christianly
• Why I am neither right nor left
• How green are the parties?
• The elephant in the room
• Some myths about refugees in Australia
• Are the Greens anti-Christian?
• Changing the wind: elections and social change
Finally, for those looking for some slightly more detailed analysis and critique from an evangelical perspective, Gordon Preece, director of Ethos, has written a very useful piece summarising why this election has been particularly frustrating (parochialism, presentism and poll-iticians) and then offering some principles for ethical voting, including the need to evaluate the relative weight of ethical issues across a range of personal, social and ecological concerns. It is too simple to just pick one area and decide that the others are irrelevant.
Today, fear not and vote for others.
H/T Ian Packer for both the links.