In Australia we have preferential voting. In the senate you need to number at least 6 parties. It gave me great pleasure to number all of the parties and put Pauline Hanson, Anning and the anti immunisation/anti fluoride party last.
I tend to find this at every election, but this time in particular it was hard to decide who to put last. So many whackjobs to choose from.
It made me nostalgic for the old days when you could just put Fred Nile's Christian Democrats* last and be done with it.
For the non-Aussies, they are like the US' Moral Majority, i.e. neither moral nor a majority.
Personally, being a part of voting out Tony Abbott (Team Zali) made this election richly satisfying, but its not a great sign when the satisfaction with who gets sacked is so much greater than the satisfaction with who gets elected.