‘The poor bugger belongs to the wrong party’: voters cast early ballots in two key Sydney seats

photo uploaded by the candidate, Anthony Bull, shows him smiling next to One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts as a group of young men make hand gestures – described by Bull as “White Power salutes” – behind them. Anthony Bull cited the works of US terrorist David Lane and wrote ‘victory’ over Indigenous Australians should be celebratedFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesRead our latest election briefing and listen to today’s campaign catchup podcastGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe Liberal Democrats candidate for the federal seat of Brisbane says he “deeply regrets” a history of offensive Facebook posts, including messages that were antisemitic, described Indigenous Australians as “the enemy” and celebrated white supremacist culture.One

Guardian Australia asked people who they were voting for – and why. Wentworth and North Sydney locals brave wet weather to cast their votes before 21 May.

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