Get to know your ten candidates for Page (and their theme song for life)

ABOVE: Federal candidates for Page. Top row: Donna Pike, Brett Duroux, Heather Smith. Middle row: Tom Searles, Serge Killingbeck, Kashmir Miller, Kevin Hogan. Bottom row: Ian Williamson, Patrick Deegan, Hanabeth Luke.

The Federal election is on May 21. In the seat of Page, you have 10 candidates to choose from.

In the coming weeks we’ll be asking candidates about housing, connectivity, the environment, aged care and other issues.

We start off our political coverage by finding out a bit more about the people who have put themselves forward to be elected for the seat of Page. We asked:

■ where did you grow up?

■ childhood memories

■ jobs you’ve had

■ your life philosophy

■ what is your ‘life song’ – the song that keeps you going

■ any highs and lows

■ why did you go into politics?

■ who do you admire in politics?

■ what three things do you value most in life

Here is what they said: Click on the name to read their full bio and find out out their theme song.

Brett Duroux, Indigenous Aboriginal Party of Australia

Hanabeth Luke, Independent

Tom Searles, Liberal Democrats

Patrick Deegan, Labor

Serge Killingbeck, TNL

Ian Williamson, United Australia Party

Kashmir Miller, Greens

Donna Pike, One Nation

Heather Smith, Australian Federation Party

Kevin Hogan, Nationals

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