A number of Aussies thought Russell Coight could do a better job than any candidates on their ballot paper. Source: Russell Coight for Prime Minister Facebook page
A number of Aussies thought Russell Coight could do a better job than any candidates on their ballot paper. Source: Russell Coight for Prime Minister Facebook page

Informal voters want Russell Coight to reign

IN GENERAL about 3-5% of people don't fill the ballot paper out correctly at each Federal Election.

This year Aussies who didn't want to exercise their right to vote showed some serious creative flair at the polling booths.

Here are our top informal votes that made it online from this year's Federal Election.

This voter was ready for an All Aussie Adventure (Source: Instagram)

Someone didn't realise what country they were voting in (Source: Instagram)

One artist went above and beyond to get creative (Source: Instagram)

This voter had a different kind of party in mind (Source: Instagram)

This man's choice was proof that advertising does work (Source: Instagram)

I n v a l i d v o t e s b o y s #ijustwantmilkthattasteslikerealmilk #auspol

A photo posted by dalla (@dalla02) on

Simpsons fans unite in politics (Source: Instagram)

#election2016 #ausvotes #auspol

A photo posted by Anarchist Kitteh (@anarchist_kitteh) on

One voter seemed to prefer kebabs over candidates (Source: Instagram)

Fuck sake 😂😂 #auspol #auselection2016 #votingday

A photo posted by JD (@staringforweeks) on

A GoT fan tried to inject even more drama into the 2016 Federal Election (Source: Instagram)

This student knows never underestimate the power of Beyonce (Source: Instagram)

Aaaand finally, this particular illustration was a popular choice with those who didn't chose to support a candidate on the ballot paper...(Source: Twitter)



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