Sitting Liberals up first on election ballots

Sitting Liberals up first on election ballots

SITTING Liberal candidates will appear first on local ballot papers in next month’s Federal Election.

Following this month’s ballot draws, Cowan’s Luke Simpkins, Moore’s Ian Goodenough, Pearce MHR Christian Porter and Hasluck’s Ken Wyatt are all first on the ballot papers for the House of Representatives seats.

The six other candidates for Cowan in the order they will appear on the paper are Jamie Chester (Shooters, Fishers and Farmers), Neil Hamilton (Liberal Democrats), Sheridan Young (The Greens WA), Rex Host (Australian Christians), Steve Veness (Mature Australia) and Anne Aly (Australian Labor Party).

In Moore, the three other candidates are Daniel Lindley (The Greens WA), Maryka Groenewald (Australian Christians) and Tony Walker (Australian Labor Party).

The other four candidates for Pearce are Thomas French (Australian Labor Party), Lee-Anne Miles (The Greens WA), Maddison Simmonds (The Nationals) and Taffy Samurwo-Vuntarde (Rise Up Australia Party).

The four other Hasluck candidates are Patrick Hyslop (The Greens WA), Bill Leadbetter (Australian Labor Party), Phil Twiss (Australian Christians) and Henry John Barnard (Rise Up Australia Party).

On the Senate ballot, there will be 79 candidates vying for the 12 seats allocated to WA.

A full list of the candidates for the July 2 federal election is available at www.aec.gov.au.