The Conservative Party's South Australian senate candidate Rikki Lambert is disturbed by what he has seen happen in Canberra over recent years.
In fact he recently put pen to paper to write to his local newspaper despairing federal politics:
Perhaps, like me, you’re disgusted with what you’re seeing in Canberra.
After working within the Canberra bubble for years, I'm sorry to report the Canberra soap opera is getting worse, not better.
Voters may feel powerless, particularly when it comes to who becomes Prime Minister.
Not long ago, electoral contests were about deciding your local member, now major party campaigns have an American presidential flavour urging you to back, say, Morrison not Shorten, or vice versa - and hope the PM serves a full term.
Campaigns avoid scrutiny of the calibre and allegiances of candidates and scarcely profile your options on the vital white senate ballot paper.
Thankfully, your options are no longer binary.
Please investigate the candidates and even if you feel trapped in the red-vs-blue contest in the House of Representatives, you can back someone who shares your common sense in the Senate.
Rikki recently spoke to Andrew Reimer on Adelaide radio station FIVEaa about exactly what the Conservative Party stands for.
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