No-policy candidate aims for state of Flux
Mark Dunn is a candidate with no grand policy, no big projects and no sweeping proposals for the Pilbara, and that is just the way he wants it.
The Flux Party is a new minor party hoping to change politics through a reform to the way elected representatives vote.
Their reform, the Flux app, would allow registered West Australian voters the chance to vote on every piece of legislation that came before Parliament.
Flux State secretary Pieter Lottering said the party would give West Australians the chance to have a say.
Joining Mr Dunn in the Pilbara will be North West Central candidate Adrian D’Cunha, and Mining and Pastoral candidates Kai Shanks and Melissa Taaffe.