Usually, the way to attract favourable political attention towards important policy issues is through the mass media, especially the news media.
Newsworthiness is a controversial subject though it is rarely treated as such by politicians, or by ordinary members of the public.
Before continuing on that subject, here are a few simple questions:
1. Are you here to participate in the South Australian State Election Mental Health Forum?
2. Did you participate in the Australian Political Reform Club presentation last month?
3. Do you have a well-developed imagination?
4. Were you here last week, when election preparations were explored?
5. Were you here for the recent briefing on the Twaklinist Expressionist Festival?
6. Were you here earlier this afternoon for the introduction to the discussion on mainstream news and mental health?
7. Which current election campaign do you consider to be the most fake:
a) The one in Russia?
b) The one in South Australia?
8. How do you define a local voice?
9. What do you consider to be newsworthy during election campaigns?
10. What is political attention?
11. How do you attract favourable political attention towards important policy issues?
12. What do you consider to be the most important policy issues in the South Australian State Election