Labor candidate Marion Boswell gets top spot for Tangney ballot

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THE race for Tangney has become a crowded field, with nine candidates set to contest the seat at next month’s Federal Election.

Wednesday’s ballot results revealed the full list of candidates, which is nearly double of the 2016 election when there were only five candidates.

Labor candidate Marion Boswell will have top billing on the ballot, followed by Pauline Hanson’s One Nation candidate Scott Rodney Rafferty, Independent Jillian Horton and Australian Christians Mark Staer.

 

Independent Paul Stephen Waddy has the fifth position on the ballot, with The Greens’ Martin Spencer, incumbent Tangney MHR and Liberal candidate Ben Morton, United Australia Party’s Chris Fernandez and Western Australia Party candidate Gavin Waugh holding the last four positions.

Marion Boswell.

 

In the seat of Fremantle, of which parts of Palmyra and Kardinya are included, Western Australia Party’s Janetia Knapp has the top spot on the ballot ahead of incumbent Fremantle MHR and Labor candidate Josh Wilson, with Pauline Hanson’s One Nation candidate Brett Weary third.

United Australia Party’s Fatima Lever has the fourth spot on the ballot, followed by Social Alliance’s Sam Wainwright, Liberal candidate and Melville councillor Nicole Robins, The Greens’ candidate Jesse Hutchinson and Australian Christian’s Laetisia Mulder.