Nationals could be kingmakers

The National Party has resisted overtures to form a governing coalition with the Liberal Party, vowing to deal with whichever party offers the best deal for its supporters in the bush.


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I was apalled at the lack of interest in the voters and results in the country seats on last nights coverage. I am in a supposedly vital labour seat of Geraldton and I did not hear Stephen Smith mention it once in his comments. He was too concerned with the results in his own locality of Mt Lawley. If Mr Grylls gets a better deal for the regions then he will have my respect as it is clear to me that both the major parties are disinterested in country voters. I am a labour supporter.

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