Australian Financial Review
Liberals in at least two key seats will have their work cut out, come the federal election as new polling shows independents, who are campaigning for more action on climate change, are poised to cause considerable disruption.
Recent blog posts
May 20, 2022
As trust in the major parties declines, independents hope to win over voters in Saturday’s election.
By Zoe Osborne
May 16, 2022
"At a town hall forum in the seat of North Sydney, Cathy McGowan took a question from a nervous volunteer on a topic that strikes fear into the heart of many novice campaigners – door knocking.
It's the kind of campaign know-how the seat's independent challenger, Kylea Tink, invited McGowan here to find out."
BY Janine Cohen and Matt Henry
May 13, 2022
"The teal deal: independents spark greater interest and online engagement than opposing Libs
Independent candidates are vastly outspending their Liberal counterparts when it comes to online advertising."
By Margot Saville
May 10, 2022
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By Bill Mercer
May 08, 2022
"Women take their place at the centre of power in Australia"
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