#WarringahVotes

[caption id="attachment_41227" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Tony Abbott and Sophie Mirabella at the Spirit of Anzac launch in, Wodonga where local media accused them of "schoolyard politics". Photo: Wayne Jansson[/caption]

There's two independents taking on former Prime Minister, Tony Abbott in his Sydney seat of Warringah.
Abbott is widely seen as the leader of the Liberal Party far right and community lobby group GetUp! is strongly campaigning in the electorate.
Standing as independents are former Olympic and World Champion skier, Zali Steggall (@zalisteggall) and former television executive producer, Susan Moylan Coombs (@smoylancoombs).
The Good Weekend recently reported when asked what annoyed them about, Abbott the 2013 scandal when he was forced to repay $9,400 he charged taxpayers promoting his book, Battlelines (#BattleRort) was still high on voters the list.

11.6% margin vs GRN
Area: 68 sq km
Location: Lower North Shore & Northern Beaches Sydney
Australian Electoral Commission seat profile
Division of Hume on Wikipedia
Zali Steggall: website
Susan Moylan Coombs: website

Zali Steggall takes on Tony: @margokingston1 #WarringahVotes #podcast

Former Olympian Zali Steggall talks to Margo Kingston about her campaign to bring honesty back into politics and take on Tony Abbott for the safe Liberal seat of Warringah

Taking the temperature of the #ClimateElection for #AusVotes19: @takvera explainer

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Shouting at the television and planting gardens: #ActiveDemocracy stories by @adropex

What do shouting at the television and gardening have in common? From little things big things have grown. Gather ’round people, let me tell you a story… or two. Whilst a television was not one of the perks of an Aboriginal stockman’s life in the Northern Territory in 1966, the story of Vincent Lingiari and […]

The @NoFibs #IndependentsDay Twitter mission at #ausvotes: @margokingston1 comments

The way I see it, every safe Coalition seat must be in play in the sense that quality indies ask tough questions incumbents are forced to answer. That requires courageous indies & committed, creative citizens because a weakened local media can’t do it. Ready to play? #ausvotes — Margo Kingston (@margokingston1) February 22, 2019 Hi. […]

Three #auspol independents outside the seat of Warringah: @mattdasilva comments after #WentworthVotes

Grassroots activism is reshaping the House of Representatives as Australian communities discover a talent for winning elections in notionally conservative seats. But the candidate must suit the electorate. Independent Cathy McGowan won the seat of Indi, in rural Victoria, in 2013 taking it away from the Liberal Party’s Sophie Mirabella. In 2016 in South Australia, Rebekah Sharkie of the Nick Xenophon Team won the seat of Mayo. […]