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Liberals and One Nation confirm election alliance

April 15, 2019

New evidence has emerged today confirming a vote for One Nation is a vote for the Liberals at the election.

Both Pauline Hanson and a Liberal MP in a key marginal seat have made public comments confirming the One Nation/Liberals alliance.

In today's Sydney Morning Herald, Federal Liberal Member for Petrie, Luke Howarth, publicly begged Pauline Hanson's One Nation party for preferences.

I’ve always treated One Nation well," he says. "I hope they do give us the preferences because we need those."
Luke Howarth, SMH, 15 April 2019

Pauline Hanson has also opened the door in The Australian today to assisting the Liberals in key seats in Queensland, confirming One Nation would abandon its 2016 approach to put the sitting member last.

These latest developments are not surprising given the alliance between One Nation and the Liberals in Canberra.

Pauline Hanson votes with the Liberals 90 per cent of the time in Canberra, so it’s no surprise that the Liberals and One Nation are looking to team up at this election.

If the LNP are doing deals for preferences at election time, it means One Nation will be calling the shots in Government.

A vote for the Liberals is a vote for One Nation.

A vote for One Nation is a vote for Scott Morrison and the Liberals.

Only a vote for Labor at this election will stop the Liberals/One Nation alliance and put an end to the cuts and chaos.