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STREETVIEW: The best of both worlds

As the “air war” campaign bombards SA voters with daily photo-ops, pledges and – increasingly – attack ads, hundreds of candidates in 47 electorates across the state are waging their own micro campaigns. InDaily hits the streets in one of the most intriguing seats, to gauge the issues that matter to the voters who could shift the election.

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Sam Duluk and Tammy Franks. Photos: Tony Lewis / InDaily
Politics

Greens preference Duluk above Libs as Pallaras looms as kingmaker

The SA Greens will preference ex-Liberal independent Sam Duluk above his former party – despite parliamentary leader Tammy Franks’ labelling him a “slithering snake” in a recent parliamentary speech – while former DPP Stephen Pallaras’s fledgling party has raised eyebrows by running an apparent spoiler campaign in the four seats that will decide the state’s next government.

Notes on Adelaide

Lib knives are out in Waite

In today’s Notes On Adelaide, the fraught Liberal preselection in Waite sinks into deeper controversy, as the president of the party’s local branch slams one of its prospective candidates, while another hopeful breaks bread with the seat’s shunned incumbent.