Elizabeth Lee distances ACT opposition from Zed Seselja's 'hard drugs' push-polling

Finn McHugh
Jasper Lindell
By Finn McHugh, and Jasper Lindell
Updated July 30 2021 - 6:52am, first published 2:00am
ACT Opposition Leader Elizabeth Lee, who says ACT Senator Zed Seselja has the right to seek the views of his constituents. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

Canberra Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee has moved to distance herself from push polling being run for ACT senator Zed Seselja, which suggests drug decriminalisation will lead to a spike in violence.

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Finn McHugh

Finn McHugh

Federal Political Reporter

Finn McHugh has been federal political reporter for The Canberra Times since July 2021. He joined the Canberra Press Gallery in 2019 where he was executive producer of Sky News's AM Agenda, before joining NCA NewsWire as a federal political reporter. He has previously interned at the Kuwait Times.

Jasper Lindell

Jasper Lindell

Assembly Reporter

Jasper Lindell joined the Times in 2018. He is a Legislative Assembly reporter, covering ACT politics and government. He also writes about development, heritage, local history, literature and the arts, as well as contributing to the Times' Panorama magazine on Saturdays. He was previously a Sunday Canberra Times reporter.

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