Pauline Hanson encourages voters to consider One Nation at this election

YOU CAN VOTE FOR ME IN EVERY STATE OF AUSTRALIAWell, I'm back on deck after the surgery and just in time for the election that's been called today.There's never been a more important time for us to have a say in our country's future than now. Do you want the same old rubbish you've been dealt, election after election, or do you want to have someone in there nipping at their heels, listening to what the people want?I NEED YOUR HELPI need more volunteers to help man pre-poll and election day booths. If you can spare some time in your local town, I'd love to hear from you. https://volunteers.onenation.com.auTake a look at One Nation's policies and know what I stand for. Don't just listen to some of the foolish media reports that want to sensationalise everything.And most importantly, keep watching my facebook page for daily updates on this election and never forget - YOU OWN YOUR PREFERENCES.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #Election2019 #ScottMorrison #BillShorten #Labor #Liberal #Coalition

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Wednesday, April 10, 2019

One Nation to run Candidates in Every State

YOU CAN VOTE FOR ONE NATION IN EVERY STATE OF AUSTRALIA

Pauline is back on deck after the surgery and just in time for the election that’s been called.

There’s never been a more important time for us to have a say in our country’s future than now.

Do you want the same old rubbish you’ve been dealt, election after election, or do you want to have someone in there nipping at their heels, listening to what the people want?

ONE NATION AND PAULINE NEED YOUR HELP

We need more volunteers to help man pre-poll and election day booths. If you can spare some time in your local town, we’d love to hear from you. https://volunteers.onenation.com.au

Take a look at One Nation’s policies and know what we stand for. Don’t just listen to some of the foolish media reports that want to sensationalise everything.

And most importantly, keep watching our facebook pages for daily updates on this election and never forget – YOU OWN YOUR PREFERENCES.

64 replies
  1. Elaine Herold
    Elaine Herold says:

    I note your comment …YOU OWN YOUR PREFERENCES. Please advise exactly how this can be assured. I want to vote for ONE NATION, but if preferences are handed to LNP, and they in turn preference ALP. I would prefer to vote informal. This situation must be clearly spent out to voters. Last State election I understand there were approx 5% informal votes, instead of the normal 2.5%. and this was brought about by Preferencial Voting. Many people were confused

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    • Jeannette Oliver
      Jeannette Oliver says:

      I was confused. And I must admit I’m totally confused about this important Election. It appears the 2 Parties are trying to oust ONP.

      We must flood the Lower House & Senate with One Nation Party Representatives.

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    • Peter Freeman
      Peter Freeman says:

      Elaine, it looks like you don’t really understand our very good voting system. If your first preference vote doesn’t get One Nation a majority, your 2nd preference goes to your next choice. Your vote only keeps cascading down if all your high preferences fail to achieve a majority. Don’t waste your vote by marking your paper informally. Don’t follow ‘how to vote’ cards (which I think should be illegal), but mark all boxes according to YOUR preferences. This is even more important on the Senate ballot paper, because our One Nation WILL get seats there.

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      • Lauren Wilson
        Lauren Wilson says:

        Thank you Peter Freeman. I needed something to level my thought processes as it is always confusing,and,I totally agree regarding the “How to vote” cards. Have NEVER taken them. I will definitely make the effort to mark every box this time. Last Federal I had my name crossed off,circulated for a few minutes,and,walked out! My conscience was clear. This time,with One Nation in the battle, I will absolutely cast my vote.

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    • Jim
      Jim says:

      Every AUSTRALIAN “MUST” Vote by putting LIB, LAB, GREENS “LAST” These parties are OWNED by the Rothschild criminal banksters, & Israhells money, Loin BDS, & stop the Global Kike BS, Nationalise our Reserve Bank, & Power grid, “NOT FOR PROFIT” by the workers, to support the PARASITE KIKE !

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    • Roy Sikkink
      Roy Sikkink says:

      Vote below the line, put One Nation first put Labor last, Greens2nd last, Libs 3rd last and number all the other boxes in the order of your choice, this way most preferences will be divided up before they get down to Lib,Grns,Lab.

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      • Lynn Taylor
        Lynn Taylor says:

        Don’t preference Labor or Greens at all. Preference who you want to preference, just number 12 candidates, do not include Labor Greens. I am talking about the Senate only. The lower house you have to vote for all the candidates.Lynn

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    • Jennifer Holden
      Jennifer Holden says:

      To make sure that your preferences go where you want them to go….you must number all the boxes.
      If you just put a number 1 above the line and don’t fill in the rest….you are wasting your right to YOUR preferences.
      Yes it takes time but take as long as you like…and number all the boxes. Hope this helps you.

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  2. Paul Briton
    Paul Briton says:

    My reply below to Liberal’s seeking donations:
    Hi Chris,

    Scott Morrison’s decision to preference One Nation AFTER Labor has lost my support.
    Why would you make it easier for Labor to win the election?
    We very much want the Lib’s to win as we are self-funded retirees and the franking credit change Labor has promised will hurt us.

    But, with the Libs trying to self-destruct make Labor an almost certainty.

    This is crazy stuff without any logic and one more example of Liberal’s shooting themselves in the foot.

    Kind regards,
    Paul Briton

    From: Chris Stone
    Date: Friday, 12 April 2019 at 12:10 pm
    To: Paul Briton
    Subject: FW: Help us keep Bill Shorten and Labor out

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    • Grant Ennew
      Grant Ennew says:

      Yes leave the lieberals last labrats 2nd last and then greens 3rd last placing all minor parties ahead of all major parties this is the only way to give theses parties a wake up call that we care about our country. ..while the corporate crooks division of government does not …

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  3. Barbara Haines
    Barbara Haines says:

    I will vote for One Nation irrespective of One Nation’s preferences. Compulsory preferential voting is Australia’s system for Federal elections. I am not going to waste my vote by deliberately making it informal. The reality is that Australia has only 2 major parties and we need One Nation. I DON’T WANT LABOUR to get in. Who
    Preferences who is of concern but not enough to stop me voting for Ine Nation.

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  4. Rickytee
    Rickytee says:

    The major parties DON’T want the minor parties having anything to do with govt. Note the PM, “Scomo” has said that he doesn’t want Pauline Hanson’s One Nation in the running at all! With representatives in seats in both the Senate and the House of Representatives – let’s hope that this time around One Nation gives them all a shake-up and maintains balance of power!

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  5. jim pugh
    jim pugh says:

    Who is going to get our preference votes? we don’t want them going to greens labour or to the Morison party, they need to go to a minor party with similar ideals
    who One Nation can depend on for support we desperately need to hold the balance of power by a huge majority so laws can be sure to pass.
    You Have my vote this country needs to be brought back in to line as it was back in the 50s and60s.

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    • Brian Hunt
      Brian Hunt says:

      I don’t know if you got the answer to your question. I just want to make sure that not the slightest bit of my vote helps Labor or Greens (equally evil and bad for Australia) For the house of reps even voting for the “safe” incumbent Liberal does not guarantee that because of some “Hissy fit” SCOMO has with ON and other small parties. How to shoot yourself in the foot SCOMO.

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    • Chris Olive
      Chris Olive says:

      I believe (and someone with some authority may like to correct me) that when voting at the May Federal election if we vote BELOW THE LINE, and number in the order that you want and put ie put ONE NATION first then Independent, Independent and so on, then place LABOR, LIBERAL & GREENS LAST this is the way to eliminate the preferential vote happening.

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    • Grant Ennew
      Grant Ennew says:

      Yes put your preference where you want it …with all the minor parties none with the government or labor put them last and then greens then who ever you want in the minor parties this way the corporate crooks will realise that we are not dumbed down fools like they want us to be …

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  6. Tom Brown
    Tom Brown says:

    Good in you Pauline I thank for your work for the people who want you for our county, may God bless you Pauline.

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  7. Paul Rowe
    Paul Rowe says:

    Malcolm Roberts is putting together a couple of videos on how to ensure your One Nation vote counts. Join his FB page for them.

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  8. Mark
    Mark says:

    I think I’m talking for a lot of tax payers /workers in this country I’m sick to death of paying for non tax payers not pensioners or disability but blunders and illegal immigrants if yr a profesional blunder you don’t get to vote let’s see how labour goes then

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  9. Barb hume
    Barb hume says:

    I will be voting one nation. I was a former lib voter but not any more I am on an aged pension and pay high rent and cost of living is high it’s very hard to eat properly, there is nothing in budget for pensioners it’s a disgrace, I hope one nation will change this.

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  10. Joan Pattinson
    Joan Pattinson says:

    You have my vote Pauline most definitely. Thank you for all you are doing, you are the only honest one amongst them all, and genuinely want the best for the Australians.

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  11. matthew tiffen
    matthew tiffen says:

    How can (sco mo) say “A fare go for all Australians” when were being unfairly being taxed on every day costs. For 1. Statuary Legislation Requirements.. That explains a lot, its another word for taxing isn’t it?
    In my opinion the government should keep out of private enterprise, as it’s the backbone of Australia. Statuary Legislation (SL) is another red tape barrier and an extra cost .
    Being over 60 and looking for work, I don’t need any (SL’S) or red tape to decide whether I’m qualified or not to know how to do the job. I already know how to do it well.
    Go stick it to em Pauline.

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  12. Nora
    Nora says:

    Yes please – give us a literal way of how to vote as it is very confusing- and we want to make sure our vote counts for you

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  13. Melissa Jackson
    Melissa Jackson says:

    I am happy there is a One Nation candidate in my area. For the House of Representatives I was not sure who to put absolute last. I most definitely do not want Labor to get in; their plans for Australia are terrifying. Best of luck with the election.

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  14. Jenny
    Jenny says:

    Some interesting comments and I’m glad I read them. I want to get this right, this time around. I don’t understand why people can’t see this party is actually more like all of us. People just too scared to say so. I believe the media has a lot to do with all the rubbish and people believe it. I’m fed up with illegals, and other people crossing the water just for benefits, and we can’t stop it. Pensioners in this country get such a raw deal because of it too. I’m hoping one Nation will bring this up over and over. Now would be a good time!

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  15. Wayne Shaft
    Wayne Shaft says:

    Hopefully The Foreign Interference Of Islamic Al Jazera Will Be A Clarion Call To Support One ☝️ Nation And Reject The Left Wing Media’s Attempts To Drive Down Support For The Party . ✍️

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  16. Michael Brown
    Michael Brown says:

    I watched Tracy Grimshaw interview tonight and was very impressed With Pauline Hanson Giving her all! I Always have thought she was in politics for the good of Australia and The Australian People, This interview Confirmed it, Against all that has been thrown up against her She stands her ground where many others would have given up She IS a fighter and will never give up fighting for us all.SHE has Got my Vote.

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    • Billie Hutton
      Billie Hutton says:

      I am sold on Pauline who has copped a lot of bullying from the major parties. I respect her stand and courage in the face of the other parties trying to ruin her. She has won my vote and I personally hope the two major fail miserably.

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    • Wayne Shaft
      Wayne Shaft says:

      Yes a Gutsy Lady , The More The Media Try To Drag Her Down The Better She Plays in Queensland Towns .👊👊👊

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      • a. vargo
        a. vargo says:

        mine too , I was a migrant 30 years ago and I never went to Centrelink for a hand out . I’m over 65 but I don’t get a pension because I have a rental property . I’m still cleaning part time for a bit of money and payed my share of tax , but still no pension .

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  17. George Jedlicka
    George Jedlicka says:

    ONE NATION will get my vote no matter what.I urge ALL O.N voters to tell people to vote for Pauline to teach the major parties a stark lesson as to what we think of them and that is to—get LOST!!! Don’t take us for fools Scomo and Shorty😠

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  18. Walter Christy
    Walter Christy says:

    Sky News on WIN broadcasts on channel 83 in Queensland and 53 in northern NSW. The Sky News and Sky Business channels are available on Foxtel.

    Good site for alternative news with variety of opinion hosts

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  19. Marinus Bardelmeyer
    Marinus Bardelmeyer says:

    Firstly I admire and respect Pauline Hanson for her policies, strength and determination. Most of all I love her down to earth open honesty; so refreshing compared to what i believe is “the other” politicians blandness, beating around the bush attitudes who forever speak with forked tongues confusing the Australian public. Pauline Hanson must be voted in because she alone helps keep the others’ honest. There is another word I could use instead of “others'” but is not politically correct!
    Pauline Hanson i will take my time and not make a mistake whilst fill in my ballot papers to ensure my vote strictly is for you. Stay strong because Australia needs you and more like you in my opinion.

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  20. Carolynne Ruth Gould-Stasse
    Carolynne Ruth Gould-Stasse says:

    After watching the interview with Tracy Grimshaw and the shambles that our country is coming too, Pauline Hanson has my vote! We need a strong person who is passionate enough to speak for all us. I value Pauline Hanson now more than I ever have done. I’ve always voted Liberal, but not anymore. Pauline isn’t afraid to speak the truth and lets face it, that is coming in short supply these days. Thank you for fighting for us Pauline. We sorely need it!

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  21. Margaret Jumeau
    Margaret Jumeau says:

    I agree with all of the above comments especially admiring Pauline and all the crap she has had to put up with!
    Pauline is the only politician with the guts to say what a lot of Australians think and agree with.
    Australians have lost their freedom of speech and are not allowed to voice their very real concerns about immigration as will be seen as racists.
    It’s not wrong to expect those who want to come to Australia to assimilate and respect Australian values and culture. Anyone who is prepared to contribute and give something back to Australia rather than expect the taxpayers to support them is also welcome. We need to keep Australia safe and it starts with who is let into this country!
    Scott Morrison is an idiot if he doesn’t want One Nation’s preference votes and he would rather lose and let Bill Shorten win who is even a bigger idiot!

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    • Barb
      Barb says:

      I agree with everything said here and want to make sure I vote for Pauline Hanson One Nation correctly. I have my postal vote papers and am STILL confused. Should I fill in above the line or below it? Do I have to include Libs,Labor or Greens at all ? Please help me someone.

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      • Pam Crosbie
        Pam Crosbie says:

        As far as I can understand the voting, but I am not 100% if I am correct. With the white long sheet Senate Form. You must mark 1 to 12 who your preferences are going too.
        That is under the black line with the most Party’s.
        So you pick who you are voting for in order only need to do 12 different parties. Example.
        1. One Nation. James Hallam
        2. Shooters Fishers Farmers Damian Stock
        3. Australian Conservatives. Kevin Bailey
        4. Liberal Democrats. Robert Kennedy
        5. Rise Up Australia. Rosalie Crestani
        6. Christian Democratic. Bob Payne
        7. Yellow Vest. Siobhan Brown
        8. Conservative National Party. Bruce Stevens
        9. Liberal/National. Catriona Thoolon
        10. United Australia. James Hallam
        11. Labour D L P. Chris Mc Cormack
        12. The Small Business Party. Simon Kemp

        You can pick your your Parties 1 to 12 I have roughly quickly trying to check who is who on my IPad. Don’t put down Labor or the Greens at all. The Liberals/Nationals are the best of them. I would prefer Peter Dutton as leader of Coalition.
        I hope I am right the way I have been trying to read what to do, as I have been looking at a Postal Vote to help a 96 year old lady who votes always for Liberals.
        Hope this is some help.

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        • Pam Crosbie
          Pam Crosbie says:

          As far as I can understand the voting, but I am not 100% if I am correct. With the white long sheet Senate Form. You must mark 1 to 12 who your preferences are going too.
          That is under the black line with the most Party’s.
          So you pick who you are voting for in order only need to do 12 different parties. Example.
          1. One Nation. James Hallam
          2. Shooters Fishers Farmers Damian Stock
          3. Australian Conservatives. Kevin Bailey
          4. Liberal Democrats. Robert Kennedy
          5. Rise Up Australia. Rosalie Crestani
          6. Christian Democratic. Bob Payne
          7. Yellow Vest. Siobhan Brown
          8. Conservative National Party. Bruce Stevens
          9. Liberal/National. Catriona Thoolon
          10. United Australia. James Hallam
          11. Labour D L P. Chris Mc Cormack
          12. The Small Business Party. Simon Kemp

          I have roughly quickly trying to check who is who on my IPad. Don’t put down Labor or the Greens at all. The Liberals/Nationals are the best of them. I would prefer Peter Dutton as leader of Coalition.
          Hope this is some help.

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          • Lauren Wilson
            Lauren Wilson says:

            Thank you,Pam Crosbie. I will write long hand what you have posted here. I’m glad I didn’t get a postal vote this time. I WILL make an effort to mark every box,and,I WILL cast my vote with a lot of thought instead of wasting it.
            Early today I was undecided,and,started looking online to see how I could Vote One Nation,not realising that,I believe,there will be provisions for voting for One Nation. I’m so glad I Iooked as now I will make a big effort to get to the polling place,even though I’m waaaay out of town, {Rural area}and,have both hands in bandages after ligament surgery. Thank you again for the time to help we who can be fuddle headed at Election time.

  22. Wayne Shaft
    Wayne Shaft says:

    Support Increases For One ☝️ Nation Latest News Poll 👍👍👍 Lame Stream Media Ignoring This Fact As Usual .👻👻👻

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  23. Barb
    Barb says:

    I agree with everything said here and want to make sure I vote for Pauline Hanson One Nation correctly. I have my postal vote papers and am STILL confused. Should I fill in above the line or below it? Do I have to include Libs,Labor or Greens at all ? Please help me someone.

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  24. Wendy
    Wendy says:

    I voted for ON and made sure of my below the line preferences, Libs, Labor and greens in order last. I’m happy my vote counted.

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