Sep 9, 2002

The rare highs and many lows of Kate Carnell

Crikey doesn't mind former ACT chief minister Kate Carnell. She was the local pharmacist to Mrs Crikey in Red Hill for many years and would be a preferable Senator to someone like Gerry Wheeler. But she sure has built up an impressive list of critics and this bloke, who calls himself Arthur Act, has gone in even harder than Alan Ramsey.

Crikey doesn’t mind former ACT chief minister Kate Carnell. She was the
local pharmacist to Mrs Crikey in Red Hill for many years and would be
a preferable Senator to someone like Gerry Wheeler. But she sure has
built up an impressive list of critics and this bloke, who calls
himself Arthur Act, has gone in even harder than Alan Ramsey.

When Kate Carnell nominated for and succeeded in winning the position
of Vice President of the ACT Liberal Party at the Party’s recent annual
meeting, she took her first practical step in her campaign to replace
Margaret Reid as an ACT Senator.

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