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The Liberal and National parties recognise the risk One Nation poses to their vote in regional WA.

Culleton crises an electoral risk

Legal issues swirling around One Nation’s Rod Culleton could cruel the party’s chances at the March state poll.

Only last month, any suggestion the result of the legal cases involving the Pauline Hanson’s One Nation senator from Western Australia, Rod Culleton, could influence the March state election would have been dismissed out of hand.

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Morley
Rod Culleton has only one thing on his agenda and that is to push for a Royal Commission into the Australian Banking System as he is still holding a giant chip on his shoulder for his own failed farming business. He should not be allowed to exercise any of the powers or privileges granted to him as a senator as he was ineligible from the outset.

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