No-pol­icy can­di­date aims for state of Flux

Pilbara News - - Election 2017 - Tom Zaun­mayr

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.

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