Video alert: candidates have 60 seconds to convince you
THE Observer has caught up with candidates vying for the marginal seat of Flynn, giving them 60 seconds to tell people why they deserve your vote.
Nine candidates are in the running for the seat, which is held by the LNP's Ken O'Dowd. He won the seat in 2010 with 53.58% of the vote (a +5.82 swing), defeating current ALP candidate Chris Trevor 46.42%.
The story will be updated with other candidate videos if they become available.
Let us know what you think about their messages in our comment section, and take our poll at the end of the story.
Here's what they had to say (alphabetically in order of party name):
Chris Trevor, Australian Labor Party:
Duncan Scott, Independent:
Craig Tomsett, Independent:
Richard Love, Katter's Australian Party:
Ken O'Dowd, Liberal National Party:
Steve Ensby, Palmer United Party:
Who do you plan to vote for in Flynn?
This poll ended on 07 September 2013.
Ken O'Dowd, LNP
Chris Trevor, ALP
Steve Ensby, PUP
Richard Love, KAP
Duncan Scott, IND
Craig Tomsett, IND
Kingsley Dickins, Rise Up Australia
Serena Thompson, Greens
Renae Moldre, Family First
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.