Independent candidates are on the rise this election, and two that are hoping voters will look outside the major parties are Jacqui Lambie and Craig Garland.
Former Senator Jacqui Lambie has been campaigning for the last 16 months, and tells Brian Carlton that health is the top issue of concern from voters. She says that she has no idea what she will do if she doesn’t get in, and will likely need ‘a box of Kleenex.’
Montagu fisherman Craig Garland has surprised with his popularity in the state election, and the Braddon By-Election, and is making his last tilt for federal office. Listen as he talks to Brian Carlton about some of his areas of concerns leading into the election on Saturday: