Zero. Zip. Nada.
Very wise people in the SA Liberal Party.
Good bye Lucy.
Here's part of The Australian's report.
Liberal senator Lucy Gichuhi relegated to unwinnable spot on SA preselection ticket
Liberal senator Lucy Gichuhi has suffered a devastating blow in today’s preselection as she is relegated to the fourth spot on the South Australian senate ticket for the next election.
Kenyan-born senator Gichuhi — Australia’s first African senator — was endorsed by John Howard and Malcolm Turnbull.
But a strong challenge from Adelaide City councillor and SA Liberal Party vice-president Alex Antic saw her relegated to an unwinnable spot on the senate ticket.
Mr Antic, backed by elements of the party’s right, mounted a strong move against factional colleague David Fawcett for the second spot on the ticket.
But some conservatives and moderates combined to keep Senator Fawcett safe at No 2.
As expected, Assistant Agriculture and Water Minister Anne Ruston was overwhelmingly voted in by delegates to the No 1 spot.
Ms Gichuhi — a former crossbench senator who defected to the Liberals in February — received no votes from delegates in the first round of voting, while Mr Antic outpolled Senator Fawcett 65 to 21.
In the second round, with Senator Ruston safe at No 1, Senator Fawcett received 113 votes to Mr Antic’s 86, while Senator Gichuhi managed just 11.
In the final round of voting to determine the third and fourth ticket positions, Mr Antic received 117 votes to Senator Gichuhi’s 93.
Check out how The Australian is promoting the story - it's about "..the party's treatment of women"!!!!!