Who are the ‘teal candidates’ in the 2022 federal election? | Explained | 9 News Australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “Who are the ‘teal candidates’ in the 2022 federal election? | Explained | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

The so-called ‘teal candidates’ are well-funded and well-organised independents targeting Coalition or blue seats. They share some – but certainly not all – policy beliefs with the Coalition. They’re also not Greens but do have a clear focus on addressing climate change. So mix a bit of blue and green together? You get teal.

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