And then there were none: ACT Lib moderate faces the chop

Local ACT Liberal leader Zed Seselja has launched a raid on the seat of sitting Senator Gary Humphries, pitching conservative against moderate and annoying some at the federal level.

Cathy Alexander — Freelance journalist and PhD candidate in politics at the University of Melbourne

Cathy Alexander

Freelance journalist and PhD candidate in politics at the University of Melbourne

The grip of the big-C Conservatives on the federal Coalition may be about to tighten, with moderate ACT Liberal Senator Gary Humphries likely to be rolled in a preselection by a man seen by some as a youthful Tony Abbott wannabe.

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2 thoughts on “And then there were none: ACT Lib moderate faces the chop

  1. Holden Back

    “When WE do it, it’s funny.”

  2. Hamis Hill

    Surely Moderate Liberal could be more honestly replaced by “Real” Liberals and their opponents more rightly termed “Fake” Liberals?
    False flags are recognised “ruse de geurre”; does political reporting have to be so prissy with all this “moderate” drivel? Politics is polite?
    There are fake Liberals and there are real Liberals. OK?

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