I voted for the first time in my life today. Woohoo! I was all excited in the morning but it turned out to be as exciting as it was when I applied for my Australian citizenship. But it was a milestone nonetheless.
Mom and I drove to a nearby primary school and lined up outside the voting area. The queue was small and it moved swiftly. There were two pieces of paper to fill in: one for the House of Representatives, and one for the Senate. I was surprised to see a One Nation candidate on the ballot paper for the House of Reps. Naturally, I placed him last. ðŸ˜€
Kevin Rudd for PM!