I fully agree with David Stokes. The people of Alice knew …

Comment on Did Oz Day row in Victoria scare the horses in Alice? by R Henry.

I fully agree with David Stokes.
The people of Alice knew what they wanted an voted accordingly. The support for Jacinta is / was not surprising and is more to her own credit rather than media exposure.
To answer the question asked in the byline no horses were disturbed in Alice but maybe a few donkeys could be heard braying quietly ’round the edges.

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