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Friday 12 pm, high noon.

The draw that takes place for the Party and Candidate positions on the ballot paper.

Little balls across the country tumbled into the basket which was spun over and over by AEC representatives and anyone else in the room who felt like they needed to spin the ‘bingo barrel’ to make it a fair process or as one candidate said, to invoke the power of the angels to bless his campaign and give him prime position for the ‘donkey vote’.

A number of the Independent Candidates or their representatives were present at the draw today as well as a large gathering of supporters and interested onlookers.

Spun by many and blindfolded. This system cannot be rigged.

After a somewhat antiquated but fair process, the numbers were drawn by a blindfolded official. The coveted Number One spot on the Queensland ballot paper went to former Senator Len Harris. Many representatives today suggested that the spot could be worth more than 3% of the votes so it was a highly coveted position.

Len Harris, number one on the ballot sheet.

All the major parties ended up towards the tail end of the ballot sheet which somehow seemed to reflect the current dissatisfaction with these parties.

The draw has been done and now we look forward to the mayhem of the next four weeks of campaigning until Election Day.

An interesting and surprising side note to the day’s draw was the appearance of the ABC crew. Several candidates asked if they would like an interview but the response from the ABC reporter was very non-committal until the truth of their appearance came out.

‘We are only here to interview the Greens’.

A billion-dollar-plus corporation funded by the Australian taxpayer and the only interview they wanted was with the Greens. This seems highly targeted and an affront to all other parties and candidates gathered for the ballot draw.

While many candidates offered their time for an interview it was only when Renee Eaves, pointed out the bias shown by the ABC that they begrudgingly interviewed a small number of other candidates.

ABC shamed into doing extra interviews. Will they see light of day?

Again, the ABC showed a disregard for the truth when interviewing Rebecca Lloyd and Steven Dickson. After the reporter said she knew nothing of Rebecca Lloyd she then proceeded during the interview to ask Lloyd about the issues with her disendorsement by One Nation.

If the ABC is to be taken seriously once again as an unbiased, informed, and truthful media outlet it should present as one and not the biased, selective, and targeted news agency they appear to be.

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