For WA Greens Senator and Yamatji-Noongar girl Dorinda Cox, one of many challenges of campaigning is just travelling the sheer breadth of the state.
“Are you voting today, sir?” The Liberal Party volunteer asks the balding man in high-vis striding purposefully previous the pre-poll centre.
“Nah, I’m not voting at all. I don’t believe in any of those pricks.” He thwacks the final phrase like a slap.
This occurs as I sit with Greens Senator and Yamatji-Noongar girl Dorinda Cox in Belmont Forum, a kind of superbly nameless purchasing precincts. Everywhere has them, and Perth has perfected the artwork. Multicultural, working and lower-middle-class patrons slipping previous to Belmont Market and Halal Meat, the Juice and Falooda Bar, the Coles and Bottlemart over the highway.
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