Who will you be voting for to represent Richmond in the Australian parliament
Who will you be voting for to represent Richmond in the Australian parliament

POLL: Who has your vote for this election?

THE federal election is fast approaching, with candidates making their last pitches to gain your vote on May 18. 

Pre-poll has had high numbers of people cast their vote already, but many are still undecided. 

Their are eight candidates vying for the seat. 

Incumbent MP Justine Elliot from the Labor Party has held the seat since 2004.

Nationals candidate Matthew Fraser is running for the third time, while Greens candidate Michael Lyon believes he is a chance to be elected. 

Other hopefuls are Independent candidate Ray Karam, Christian Democratic Party candidate Morgan Cox, Sustainable Australia Party candidate Ronald McDonald, Involuntary Medication Objectors candidate Tom Barnett and United Australia Party candidate Hamish Mitchell. 

At the Tweed Daily News, we want to know who you will be voting for in this election. 

Answer our poll below and tell us who will get your first preference on May 18.

The poll will close at midnight on Sunday night at 11.59pm with the results to be published in next Wednesday's edition of the Tweed Daily News

This poll is anonymous and your personal vote won't be made public.

Who will you vote for the seat of Richmond for the May 18 federal election?

This poll ended on 12 May 2019.

Current Results

Justine Elliot - Labor

52%

Matthew Fraser - Nationals

30%

Michael Lyon - Greens

4%

Ray Karam - Independent

0%

Morgan Cox - Christian Democratic Party

1%

Ronald McDonald - Sustainable Australia Party

2%

Hamish Mitchell - United Australia Party

4%

Tom Barnett - Involuntary Medication Objectors

0%

Undecided

2%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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