Talk:Australian federal election, 2004

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"Howard and Brown were the only leaders of Parliamentary parties to make gains at the elections, and the only ones who retained their leadership positions ten months after the elections." seems like a bit of trivia to me. The same goes for Rudd/Brown after the 2007 election but we don't need to mention that on that election page. Thoughts? Timeshift (talk) 20:43, 17 July 2008 (UTC)

The same is also true for the 1996 and 2001 elections. It's a non-notable fact; it's pretty obvious that the PM's gonna keep his seat unless he retires, and it's also entirely unexpected that minor parties keep with the same leader. Rebecca (talk) 03:57, 18 July 2008 (UTC)
Pretty much the only minor party that *could* lose their seat was the Democrats - if the Greens lost their leader it would be through either a loss of their seat at the ballot box, or their voluntary retirement. Orderinchaos 04:11, 18 July 2008 (UTC)

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File:Ac.liberalad.jpg will likely be deleted as copyvio from Commons. If you deem it necessary for the article, I recommend to upload it locally under fair-use. --Túrelio (talk) 08:35, 7 June 2010 (UTC)