One Nation's Queensland leader Steve Dickson says a meeting between Pauline Hanson and rogue Labor MP Jo-Ann Miller shows the party can work with the ALP after the election.
Mr Dickson says an exchange of niceties between the two women on the campaign trail on Tuesday proves his party's readiness to form government with Labor or the LNP if it wins the balance of power on Saturday.
"We will work with every party, we saw that with Jo-Ann Miller yesterday," he told a leaders debate in Townsville.
Mr Dickson reassured the audience that One Nation's candidates were loyal and would not abandon the party as they did after the 1998 election when all 11 defected or became independents.
"That was actually last century, we're now in 2017," he said.
"I've actually vetted a lot of these candidates that are coming through.
"They've worked hard, they've paid taxes, and they know that this state needs to be fixed up. I'll be backing every single one of them. They're very good people."