When a political yard marker comes up in the news, you may be surprised to find it has a political message.
Here are some of the most popular ones.1.
The Australian Electoral Commission recently announced it would no longer publish political yard markers on election posters.
The move is part of a national strategy to end partisan bias in political advertising, the agency said in a statement.2.
The ABC’s The House ran a story on political yard signage in Melbourne last year.3.
The National Party ran a live broadcast of the ABC’s Inside Politics with presenter Mark Latham last year, highlighting signs across Melbourne that were “pro-union, pro-immigration and pro-the government.”4.
The Victorian Liberal Party has a slogan for its “Kilburn yard” sign that reads, “Make our Labor government great again.”5.
The Adelaide City Council ran a political poster last year featuring a political slogan: “If we’re lucky enough to be elected, we’ll all have jobs and we’ll live in a city that works for all Australians.”6.
The Brisbane City Council has a campaign poster featuring a slogan that says, “I’m a proud white Australian.”7.
The Melbourne Cricket Club has a banner saying, “Vote for your local cricket club.”8.
The Tasmanian Liberal Party ran an advertising campaign in 2016 that showed a politician holding a gun, saying, “‘We’re not against guns, we’re against people who kill us.'”9.
A Victorian woman was caught on video wearing a “Don’t Shoot Us” sign, saying she “wouldn’t kill people” with a firearm.10.
The South Australian Greens have an advertisement featuring a young boy wearing a shirt that reads: “We don’t kill anyone.
We only kill people who think they can.”11.
The Victoria Police has been running an ad with a slogan saying, “[They’re] a little scared to come out of the pub.”12.
The Western Australian Opposition has a billboard that says: “When it comes to gun ownership, we have a right to protect ourselves.”13.
The Queensland Government has been circulating an advertisement saying, ‘Don’t shoot us.’14.
The New South Wales Government is running a campaign featuring a message from a man, saying that “if the government had guns, people wouldn’t have to worry about them.
You wouldn’t be shot.”15.
The Federal Government has a “Kilsburn” sign and has had it displayed on public property since May 2018.16.
The Greens are running an advertisement that says “Donate now to stop the police killing us.”17.
The ACT’s Greens have run an advertisement in the ABC News Breakfast with a “Save Kilburn” poster saying that the “government doesn’t like it when we complain.”18.
The Government of Tasmania has put up a sign on the road of its parliament building saying, if you’re a member of the public, you are allowed to walk through the door.19.
The NSW Liberal Party, which has been campaigning against political ads on public transport, has run an ad that features a politician, saying the NSW government “donates to a political party”.20.
The City of Hobart has run a billboard saying, The city’s police force “is a political organisation.
They’ve got their own agenda.”21.
The WA Greens have been running ads featuring a man with a gun pointing it out, saying “Don