People from the Collie-Preston electorate took to the polls to vote on Saturday, March 11.
Nathan Hondros Collie-Preston goes to the polls on March 11. Here's our round-up of the campaign.
Andrew Elstermann A record field of 48 candidates will contest the six South West Upper House seats at Saturday's election.
Andrew Elstermann This weekend the people of Collie-Preston will decided which one of the eight candidates they would like to lead them this weekend.
If WA Labor win this weekend's election, they will commit to an expansion of Wellington National Park.
Thomas Munday WA’s Labor Leader Mark McGowan has vowed to keep Western Power public and maintain Collie’s baseload power generation if elected in this month’s state election.
Shannon Wood Member for Collie-Preston Mick Murray has expressed his concerns for the possible closure of licensing services in Collie.
Shannon Wood Shooters, Fishers and Farmers candidate for Collie-Preston Clint Thomas said his party will establish a Rural Fire Service, alter current gun laws and abolish stamp duty if they win power in the state election.
Shannon Wood One Nation candidate for Collie-Preston David Miller has said he will push for a ‘locals first’ approach and a stronger commitment to apprenticeships if he wins the seat in the upcoming election.