From all across the country, over 50's have had their say on what they believe should be a priority in the upcoming Federal election.
At the top of the list was healthcare, alongside pension funding and immigration policies.
One senior from Kerang in Victoria, Gavin Hardy, said Australia needs to keep its money more localised.
"I think foreign aid should be stopped, full stop," he said.
"Put that money back into our country - we sent $400 million to Indonesia and they bought eight helicopters and fighter jets, we could've bought that for our own air force."
Peter Powell, a 75-year-old from Sydney, said he hopes politics moves away from the trivial ideas and back to strong leadership.
"The major pressing issue is leadership, and leadership with passion, as well as leadership with compassion," he said.
"We need less of the soundbites and the put-downs of the other sides."
With senior voters making up a large portion of the voting population, parties have been urged to take on board their feedback, sharing their concerns from all around Australia.
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