As you may (not) all be aware, Australia is holding its national elections tomorrow Saturday 21 Aug. What a long drawn out 6 weeks, or was it 4, of campaigning.. Anyway, I was just perusing the candidates for Senate from the state of NSW and I came across an interesting concept. An unemployed fellow and a female paralegal student are running as candidates for the Senate under the party name of 'Senator On-Line'. This caught my eye so I looked it up and they have a website - senatoronline.org.au. Basically if they win a Senate seat or two, they will cast their Senate votes on every bill as per how everyone and anyone on Australia's official electoral roll votes on their senatoronline website if they wish. They will literally be a representative of the people with no personal vote for themselves, just cast their votes as directed by the people voting. Interesting concept I thought. What say you all? Would it work? Is it worth trying elsewhere too? Could it even replace the current system?