Who's got your vote?
Who's got your vote? Warren Lynam

POLL: Who's getting your vote to become the next Page MP?

PAGE voters will be heading to the polls in four weeks time to decide who they want representing them in Canberra.

The May 18 federal election will see the incumbent Nationals MP Kevin Hogan defending his seat for the third time.

Those putting their hand up to challenge Mr Hogan for the seat of Page are Labor candidate Patrick Deegan, Greens candidate Daniel Reid, Independent candidate Fiona Leviny, Animal Justice Party candidate Alison Waters, Christian Democratic Party candidate Peter Walker, and United Australia Party candidate John Mudge.

Over the next months where each candidate will be making a string of promises and election commitments across the electorate but The Northern Star wants to know what you think about our candidates.

Who are you voting for in the federal election on May 18?

This poll is anonymous and your personal vote won't be made public.

And if you didn't even realise there was an election coming up or don't know enough about the candidates, The Northern Star has put together a quick guide on who is running for the seat of Page.

We are currently updating our guide to include new candidates announced today.

The electorate of Page includes the Lismore, Kyogle, Richmond Valley and Clarence River local government areas as well as parts of Ballina Shire and the Coffs Harbour LGA.

PAGE: Who are you voting for in the federal election on May 18?

This poll ended on 01 May 2019.

Current Results

Nationals - Kevin Hogan MP

20%

Labor - Patrick Deegan

70%

Greens - Daniel Reid

3%

Independent - Fiona Leviny

1%

United Australia Party - John Mudge

1%

Alison Waters - Animal Justice Party

0%

Peter Walker - Christian Democratic Party

0%

Undecided

1%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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