HORSHAM Greens supporter Carl Sudholz has brightened up the election campaign with a quirky YouTube video urging people not to vote Nationals.
Set to the tune of When Johnny Comes Marching Home - alternatively known as The Ants Go Marching One By One - Mr Sudholz outlines reasons not to vote Nationals against a series of super-imposed backdrops.
"I just wanted to encourage a bit of competition in the political process that was different to the normal run-of-the-mill things like going around shaking hands and giving out small cheques," he said.
Mr Sudholz said he treated the video as a social experiment.
He said social media could help engage people who were disillusioned or apathetic about politics.
"People aren't going to keep watching political announcements because they're so bland and boring," he said.
"The other great thing about social media is I can reach an entire electorate in 24 hours and have more impact doing that by spending three months trumping around the community.
"I'm reaching people in their homes, in their offices and people react, get to reflect and have a laugh."
Living in a traditionally conservative region, Mr Sudholz admitted he was nervous about 'outing' himself as a Greens supporter.
"As things progressed and the Abbott government became more and more right wing and extreme in their view of the world I decided 'bugger it, I'm going to come out of the closet'," he said.
Mr Sudholz said generally people did not care about his politics.
"We are not conservative here - this is my conclusion," he said.
"We're apathetic people don't really care."
On Tuesday afternoon, Mr Sudholz's video had more than 1000 views since it was uploaded on Sunday.