"Vote One Nation?": Qld LNP leader's 'Steven Marshall moment'Queensland Liberal National Party leader Tim Nicholls has blamed the effect of a 27-day state election campaign for a slip of the tongue in which he almost urged voters to support One Nation at tomorrow's poll - a gaffe eerily echoing South Australian Liberal leader Steven Marshall's infamous election-eve appeal to "Vote Labor".
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Hanson doesn't know her candidate's nameSenator Hanson was visiting a lighting factory in the new seat of Toohey on Thursday morning when asked if she knew the name of the local One Nation candidate.The candidate, Guansheng (Victor) Zhang, was not present for the press conference and Ms Hanson was open about not knowing who he was."I couldn't tell you who the candidate is in Toohey, it's a completely new seat," Senator Hanson admitted.
Grattan on Friday:Michelle Grattan, University of CanberraWhat on earth was Julie Bishop thinking when she declared she’d support a “formal investigation” into this week’s damaging cabinet leak?Bishop was defending herself as the questions swirled about who might be the leaker, saying it wasn’t her.
The pollster is telling us this morning that Queensland is having two separate elections tomorrow with each likely to have a different winner.