DANII McCann will decide on her vote on the day - and she said she may decide to leave her ballot blank.
The 21-year-old Evandale mother of two, with another on the way, said all political parties represented in Lyons had failed to impress her.
Mrs McCann listed family, jobs growth and employment, and the cost of living as priorities for her young family and believed political parties had not delivered to her liking.
"For politicians, it should not about be about getting in the news and having their photo taken," she said.
"It's about talking more to people and taking in what people in the real world have to say; people that are struggling."
She said she would have liked to see policies that led to harsher penalties for violent crime, provided more incentives to come off welfare benefits to prompt job growth and activity as the current system developed dependency, and that gave first preference to Tasmanian companies on lucrative government contracts.
"Companies in Tasmania need to be given the chance to win contracts instead of mainland companies coming in bringing their workers," she said.
"We need to stand up for our state and our workers."
She agreed with the government's and Coalition's moves to stop asylum seekers from being settled in Australia, but believed border control needed to be strengthened so taxpayer money was not wasted on detention costs.
Mrs McCann believed same-sex marriage should be legislated.
"Everyone has a right to happiness and marriage," she said.
"Same-sex couples should have the same right to be happily married just as any one else does."