Recommended Order of Preference:
  1. KILARNEY, Russell (Christian Democrats)
  2. SMITH, Neil Gordon (Pauline Hanson’s One Nation)
  3. FRASER, Matthew (Nationals)
  4. POLLARD, Angela (Animal Justice)
  5. ELLIOT, Justine (Labor)
  6. WALKER, Dawn (Greens)

See our article titled ‘The Basics of our Electoral Strategy‘.


4 thoughts on “Richmond”

  1. I have lost faith in you, because you so clearly haven’t done enough research.
    Matthew Fraser is sensible and attuned to the needs of the electorate.
    He is a sophisticated and original thinker and highly unlikely to be rolled by anyone.

      1. Then why put them on top? Christian Democrats are his second preference, and he is popular with them. He’s done a magnificent job speaking throughout the electorate, and his ecampaign has been very effective too. In contrast Justine Elliot hasn’t seemed to move from her lounge chair, and she deserves to not only lose, but be wiped out. Incidentally there’s been no sign of Pauline Hanson’s party or Animal Welfare at the local prepolling booth. But, yes the Greens should be last on your list where you placed them – they are dangerous.

        1. The modern National Party harbours people with leftist views, including a candidate who says if you oppose homosexual so-called “marriage” then you are a “bigot”. I don’t want them getting any funding from first preferences, just as I don’t want the Turnbull Liberals getting that funding.

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