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Colin Barnett’s Liberal Party has a big decision to make over preferences, particularly with regard to One Nation.

Pivotal role for preferences

ANALYSIS: Memories of 2001 will be top-of -mind for many Liberal Party state executive members when they meet tomorrow to decide the preference recommendations for their how-to-vote cards ahead of next month’s election.

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Mt Claremont
I was surprised to hear on ABC radio this afternoon that the Liberal Party believes that preferencing One Nation will not affect how people vote. I'm in a Western Suburbs seat and I won't be voting Liberal.

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