This idea is thought up for Australia, as we are all lazy buggers.
Have a transparent nonprofit organization go to every polling location, and place a suitably large poster near the entrance.
In every poster, all the political parties are allowed a 15x10cm space for their propaganda. But it must
be send to the organization, they cannot just stick their leaflet on it. After a deadline, it will be arranged conveniently by categorization(could be alphabetical or by ideology) and mass printed as a poster.
This is since there are restrictions... they cannot just say anything.
They are only given 5 dot points, and all dot points must be cited like wikipedia. They cannot post any attacks on other parties or individuals. This occurs in 10x10cm in big letters, to aid speed reading. (side effect: parties have to condense their wording to fit the space)
next to the 10x10cm of the 15x10cm space, is a 5x10cm spot where a how to vote a party is placed.
Reasons for doing this: Some people live under a rock, and while waiting to vote... they can look up the list and choose. Kinda like a drive in menu in fast food restaurants.
Additional sub ideas:
- Post the resulting poster online.
- Allow public to view a prototype poster, to contest certain evidences or dot points.