The Australian Christians' Therese Corbett may be the only female candidate for Wannon but has the advantage of being the nominee that will rest at the top of the ballot paper this Saturday.
She said as a representative she would advocate more for the protection of her party's three core values: freedom, faith and family.
"We believe that freedom, faith and family are being undermined and we want them restored," she said.
Ms Corbett said looking at the big picture she supported any way to assist single income households and the national disability support scheme.
"Repealing the carbon tax is one way of achieving this, but we also believe there should be an enquiry in to the level of excise and tax on fuel."
Ms Corbett said when it came to the issue of immigration she was fully supportive of new arrivals but people needed to accept the Australian culture and rule of law.
She said protecting children from organisational and institutional abuse and upholding the institution of marriage was integral.
Ms Corbett disputed that marriage equality can actually exist as marriage is defined as being between a man and a woman.
"When words lose their meaning we lose our freedom," she said.