The Sydney Morning Herald
Voters will be asked to trust a growing field of independent candidates to decide who forms government if there’s a hung Parliament after the federal election, with prominent challengers declining to say whether they would back Labor or the Liberals.
“I would talk to all those with aspirations to be the government and I would be inclined to give certainty to the party which comes closest to meeting the core and key principles of my platform,” she [Kylea Tink] said.
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