Tomorrow, the electorate of Swan will determine if my wife, Hannah Beazley, is to be their representative. She would be a wonderful voice for the community in our national parliament.

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  1. @canion Wishing her the best of luck and sending good thoughts her way.

  2. @canion Best of luck! I had no idea that she was Kim’s daughter!

  3. @joshsullivan Thanks mate. A national election is a big day.

  4. @martinfeld Thanks mate. She has the family heritage but she is also brilliant in her own right!

  5. @canion I don’t doubt that at all! 🙂

  6. @canion Good luck! I see it’s expected to be a close one. 🤞

  7. @canion How did it come out?

  8. @Ron Not the national result we wanted with our Conservative party winning. For my wife it is very tight but seems like it might just fall the wrong way.

  9. @canion Okay, fingers crossed that she’ll make it over the hump, but if not, I send her big thanks and congratulations for working so hard to make her country and the world better.

  10. @martinfeld @joejenett @ron The result has been disappointing – the conservative government re-elected following a campaign based on fear-mongering. My wife, Hannah Beazley, appears to have just fallen short with 48.3% of the vote. This news article and photo sums up the mood.

  11. @canion Fear-mongering is a great way to put it. I can’t believe the result, frankly; Australia just re-elected the most dysfunctional bunch. Good on her for giving it a go and sticking it to them.

  12. @canion Sorry to hear that. Unfortunately, fear is still winning. Here’s hoping that better sense prevails soon.

  13. @canion Sorry to hear that. A reminder to all of us around the world that one good election result in one country (2018 US House) is not sufficient to break this dark trend worldwide 🙁

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