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Senator Dio Wang is the Palmer United Party's last serving member. He's recontesting his Senate seat, but polling suggests the 35-year-old will struggle to win re-election. This campaign, PUP is missing its brash leader, and the multi-million dollar budget that propelled the party into the national spotlight. Source: abc.net.au

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