Former Greens parliamentarian Tim Morris once famously drove around the Lyons electorate - from Hobart, along the East Coast, through to the West Coast, and into Maydena - in one day.
This election campaign, Mr Morris is keen to get reacquainted with the electorate he served for 12 years until 2014 as a support candidate to the Greens' lead candidate in Lyons, Liz Johnstone.
With attention heaped on the this year's tight contest in Clark, an unpredictable battle in Franklin, and maintaining the Liberals' stronghold in Braddon and Bass, Lyons may well be a sleeper in this election campaign.
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Mr Morris, who topped to polls in Lyons in the 2010 election with 7997 votes, is confident the Greens have a decent chance to win back a seat.
He said with the Hare-Clark system, it was difficult for the Greens to pull a decent number of seats, but not impossible as was shown in 2010 when the party held five in the lower house.
"Anything can happen in the next three weeks given that it is such a short campaign," Mr Morris said.
"The Greens have held one of the seats in Lyons for much of the last 30 years."
He said he still maintained a strong interest in Tasmanian politics and a strong relationship with the Greens which is why he found it necessary to run as a support candidate for Ms Johnstone.
Mr Morris said she knew the Lyons electorate well and had the skills and drive to make it as an effective parliamentarian.
He said the rising cost of housing and the lack of appropriate housing as well as access to health services persisted to be key issues for Lyons.
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