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Americans in Australia are eagerly awaiting next week’s US election

Four years ago, Craig Boden voted for Donald Trump.

“I voted for Trump because I thought he was going to be a breath of fresh air for the American political system,” he told SBS News.

Mr Boden describes himself as an independent voter who leans right, but says his pick for president in 2020 isn’t so clear.

Born and raised in Boston, a resident of Hong Kong and now living in Brisbane, the 46-year-old says he remains undecided ahead of the election on 3 November.

“[Democratic candidate Joe] Biden is running on a platform of ‘vote for me because I’m not Trump’ that, to me, is not good enough. And obviously, Trump is Trump, so I’m frustrated and I’m still up in the air,” he said. 

But there is no such hesitation for Michael Shafran.

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