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The last thing TV producers want is a sweaty Kim Beazley—it wouldn’t look nice. They want every item to have a similar flavour, shape, size or design, just like their news presenters. So cameramen have to make their political leader ‘look good’, even when it means advising him or her and directing certain scenes. None of that was happening on this campaign. The voters were central and their contribution unpredictable. The technical needs of TV were completely ignored, and the style was too unstructured for television and its demand for fifteen-second grabs.
No one could understand why she hadn’t switched to the Senate, where she was guaranteed a win in Queensland. With Hanson to be put last on all major party how-to-vote cards, she would need a staggering first preference vote of more than 40 percent to win. But at the beginning of the campaign, the experts agreed that she had a good chance in Blair, and that One Nation could hold a joint balance of power with the Democrats in the Senate. One Nation preferences would decide the election result, and the Nationals were fighting for their lives.
It was one of the best-known shops, and Dad was really well known. We grew up there, and by the time we were old enough we used to peel the onions on the weekend, or we had our jobs—mop the floor or do the spuds or make the chips or we’re in there serving. So from the age of twelve, every Saturday morning for two years I worked on the counter in the shop . . 40 for the week. And here I was training seniors how to use the telex machine, and then I’d come home and maybe two nights a week I’d work in Dad’s shop.
Off the rails: The Pauline Hanson trip by Margo Kingston