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NSW goes to the polls on Saturday March 25 to elect our State representatives. We asked our Willoughby Living followers what questions they would like to ask their candidates. Every candidate running in our local electorate of Willoughby received the same questions and the same opportunity to respond.

Below are their responses (in alphabetical order by candidate surname). Any candidate who has not yet responded may do so at any time and we will add to this list – just contact info@thelivingcollective.com.au.

But first, a bit about voting in the NSW State Election…

Do I have to vote? Yes, enrolling and voting is compulsory for Australian citizens aged 18 years and over.

Who am I voting for? Voters will elect one person to represent their district in the Legislative Assembly. Voters will also elect 21 of the 42 members of the Legislative Council.

Where can I vote? You can vote at any polling place in your electorate on election day. Polling places are open from 8am to 6pm. To find your nearest polling place, enter your address here for more information: https://elections.nsw.gov.au/voters/where-do-i-vote

How can I vote early in person? If you would like to vote in person, but you are unable to get to a voting centre or polling place on election day, you may be eligible to vote early or pre-poll. For more information visit https://elections.nsw.gov.au/voters/voting-options/early-voting-and-pre-polling-in-person

How can I vote early by post? If your circumstances make it difficult for you to go to a voting centre on election day, you may be eligible to apply for a postal vote. For more information visit https://elections.nsw.gov.au/voters/voting-options/postal-voting

Sarah Griffin, Labor Party

Tell us about your connection to the Willoughby area.

Our home is in Willoughby and I am committed to achieving progressive outcomes and community-centric solutions to the key issues our community confronts. My husband Wayne and I have raised our family here in Willoughby for the past 20 years. We are committed to this community. I love that Willoughby is an overwhelmingly kind, civil and educated population which is enhanced by great cultural diversity and beautiful green spaces.

Why are you running as a candidate in this election and why should locals vote for you?

I am running in Willoughby as we deserve better representation in State Government. I am so happy that we now have an intelligent, competent and ethical group of leaders at a Federal level and I am striving to achieve this in NSW. The Coalition is tired and mired in scandals. It is time for a fresh start. I know how government works and I know how policy is developed..

I began my working life in the public hospital system as a physiotherapist. I know what it is like to be overworked, undervalued and underpaid. I will bring my front-line health experience to Parliament. After more study, I have a second career is as a health economist. I have worked in senior positions both nationally and internationally. I will bring economics and policy expertise to Parliament I have built a successful economics consulting business from the ground up. I know the work it takes to build a business and the uncertainty and stress that entails. I will bring that direct experience of small business to Parliament.

Finally, I want to serve the people of Willoughby. I believe I am the best person to do that, and if elected I will do represent the people of Willoughby to the absolute best of my ability.

Our Willoughby Living members have told us that rising costs for households is a key election concern for them. How will you advocate on their behalf for policies on this issue?

No one can ignore the increase in cost of living. The Government’s disastrous energy privatisation has just made it worse. Privatisation is not fair, and it must stop. NSW Labor will invest in community batteries to help households take advantage of their rooftop solar, use more of the power they actually generate, and lower their overall power bills. We will remove or reduce stamp duty for 95% of first home buyers, abolish the Liberals
forever land tax on the family home and implement real reform for renters.

Transport is another major concern for locals. What are some policies you will suggest to improve conditions in the Willoughby electorate?

A Labor government will establish a Bus Industry Task Force to deal with the consequences of privatisation and put people, not private profit, at the centre. If elected, we are committed to working to bring back the much missed 272 service from North Willoughby to the city.

A large part of the problem is that drivers pay and conditions have significantly worsened under privatisation and so they choose to work elsewhere. Labor is committed to ensuring that essential workers are treated fairly and that extends to bus drivers.

The last Federal election showed that Independent candidates are a strong force on the North Shore and Northern Beaches. If you are an independent candidate, how will you work with the major parties if elected? And if you are from a political party, how will you work with independents if elected?

All voices are equally important. While we don’t always agree on everything, there is so much to be gained by listening to others and seriously taking their opinion under consideration. Doing so, helps us arrive at better outcomes. I think it’s important to realise, that in a democracy, that not one group or individual is going to get all that they want all of the time. If elected I would certainly seek to engage with any elected independents and engage seriously with their concerns.

What are the main issues you see as important for this election, and how will you advocate for them?

The electorate of Willoughby has broad and diverse needs – from addressing the critical
concerns regarding the Beaches Link and protection of Flat Rock Gully in the east of the electorate.

More broadly, the issue I am most often approached about is the instability of renting and the lack of affordable places to live. We have had conversations about cost of living, nursing ratios and sufficient staffing in our schools. What strikes me is how passionate, informed and motivated the people of Willoughby are to see real and meaningful change for their community.

If elected, how will you stay in touch with the community and their concerns?

It is clear that the Willoughby has been taken for granted. The government has either ignored or actively worked against the good of the electorate, particularly in relation to the Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link matters. I bring a consultative, collaborative model to all conversations I have with our community. I commit to being available to community organisations, progress associations and indeed, all residents to listen and act on their concerns. I have made a huge effort to engage with different faiths and cultures across the electorate and I will continue to do that. We can’t assume that people are the same. There is a highly diverse range of views across the electorate, and I
commit to actively seeking out those views.

How can locals stay up to date with your campaign in the leadup to the election?

We have extraordinarily active social media channels, including a TikTok account which is trending beyond our wildest expectations. I can be reached on facebook, Instagram or directly through the campaign office (sarah.griffin@nswlabor.org.au or willoughbylabor2023@gmail.com).

Tim James, Liberal Party

Tell us about your connection to the Willoughby area.

Willoughby is my home; it is a community that my family and I have a long connection.

I was born at Royal North Shore Hospital, grew up on Penshurst Street, lived twelve years in Artarmon, and later moved to Cremorne. I’m now raising my young family in Cammeray.

Five generations of my family have lived and breathed Willoughby. Mum served as a nurse at RNS hospital for two decades and my father grew up on Dargan St, Naremburn.

I’ve served local community organisations such as the Artarmon Progress Association and with my deep connections to Willoughby, know the issues and the places that matter most to us locals.

Why are you running as a candidate in this election and why should locals vote for you?

As a long and proud local, I’m running to serve you, the people of Willoughby, to ensure our community flourishes and that we are the best we can be across Willoughby.

I will always stand up for our community, ensuring we have the best local services and
infrastructure. I want Willoughby to be an even better place to live, work, and raise a family with well-resourced local schools and hospitals, a thriving natural environment and a strong economy supporting jobs, families and empowering our community.

As the Member for Willoughby, I’m passionate about delivering for our community and
achieving real outcomes that improve our lives. Much has been achieved in the year since
you put your trust in me to be your representative but there is still much to do to realise our positive plan and vision.

Our Willoughby Living members have told us that rising costs for households is a key election concern for them. How will you advocate on their behalf for policies on this issue?

I’ve been out every day at bus stops, door knocking, in the community and visiting businesses, and the issue raised most frequently is cost of living.

I know many people are doing it tough at the moment and interest rate rises and inflation
are placing considerable pressure on family budgets. But there is much help available from the state government to assist with everyday costs.

The NSW Liberal Government has introduced 70 ways to save via Service NSW, toll relief (up to $750 a year), childcare fee relief and tax cuts, among other measures, to help people and community in NSW.

We are about easing pressure on household budgets at every opportunity and want to help all people in Willoughby.

Transport is another major concern for locals. What are some policies you will suggest to improve conditions in the Willoughby electorate?

The NSW Liberals have a strong track record of investing in public transport in the
Willoughby area with much more to come.

The Sydney Metro will open next year with stations in Chatswood and Crows Nest and will
transform transport across the area. A trip from Crows Nest to Martin Place in the heart of
the CBD for example will take a mere 7 minutes.

With my advocacy the Government will investigate options to improve the Chatswood bus
interchange so that it meets our needs into the future.

I’m also determined to bring more tailored transport options like point-to-point services that have been trailed to great success on the Northern Beaches. Ensuring our bus services return with more reliability post-COVID, I’m working closely with government, operators and commuters to implement a package of measures to address the current bus driver shortage. A part of this plan is consulting with the community on improvements to routes and timetables so that the service better meets our post pandemic needs.

At the same time, we’re electrifying the bus fleet and growing our active transport network with a cycleway from Chatswood to St Leonards through Artarmon.

The last Federal election showed that Independent candidates are a strong force on the North Shore and Northern Beaches. If you are an independent candidate, how will you work with the major parties if elected? And if you are from a political party, how will you work with independents if elected?

I will work with all independents and minor parties on the crossbench to advance the issues that matter for our community.

What are the main issues you see as important for this election, and how will you advocate for them?

The effectiveness of a local member depends on their ability to deliver locally for their
community the range of services, infrastructure and policies that affect our daily lives.

The Liberals and I have a positive, caring plan to invest in the quality infrastructure and
services our community needs – whether it’s new and upgraded public schools, game- changing Sydney Metro rail, or investing in our local hospital, only the Liberals will deliver for us locally.

None of this is possible without a credible economic plan. Only the Liberals can provide the strong economic management that ensures we can continue to invest in our local
community and deliver real results for Willoughby.

There’s local concern at Labor’s desire to rip billions in funding from the North Shore whilst greatly increasing development and population. An independent can talk but can only deliver us a Labor Government. The future of Willoughby is at stake. This election is a choice between a future of neglected local services and no investment in infrastructure or a representative who is committed to fighting and delivering for us.

If elected, how will you stay in touch with the community and their concerns?

In my year as your local member I have always aimed to be extremely accessible to the
community. My door is always open no matter how big or small the issue. This will continue.

I’ve stood at bus stops and street corners, shopping malls and knocked on your doors to hear from you directly about the issues that are important to you. I have close and continuous engagement with community groups, schools, sporting clubs, and our local small businesses.

How can locals stay up to date with your campaign in the leadup to the election?

Facebook: timjamesmp
Instagram: timjames.mp
www.timjamesmp.com.au
Drop into my campaign office at 541 Willoughby Road, Willoughby
Or look out for me and my team out and about across Willoughby every day.

Edmund McGrath, The Greens

Tell us about your connection to the Willoughby area.

I enjoy spending time at my local shops in Cremorne, this is one of our many beautiful town centres across our electorate. I am an Urban Planner and I know what is needed to build beautiful public spaces so communities can gather. This is what I love about our area, and what I can promote. I want to support local businesses, events, a better night time economy, and protect heritage and the environment by creating vibrant town centres.
I also love our bushland and parks. I will fight hard to keep and improve these well loved community spaces.

Why are you running as a candidate in this election and why should locals vote for you?

I am the youngest of the candidates for Willoughby. The Greens are a future focused party that looks past one election cycle to a brighter future. This is why I am running, to be part of this movement, and to give people a choice for stronger social and environmental action.

Our Willoughby Living members have told us that rising costs for households is a key election concern for them. How will you advocate on their behalf for policies on this issue?

The Greens will tackle cost of living by making more efficient strategic spending decisions on taxpayer money and by creating new revenue streams to reinvest in our society.
The Greens will tax coal exports to create $7 billion in revenue annually, make mega-corporations pay their fair share of tax, introduce a windfall tax on large developers, and legalise marijuana to create new tax streams to promote a more just society.
Renters across our electorate, me being one, are struggling with insecurity and rising rents. We will freeze rent increases and ban unfair evictions, something we have brought the big parties to the drawing board on. This will help renters across our electorate who are struggling with exorbitant rent increases.
Investing in early childhood education is a no brainer, both delivering a lifetime of benefit for our children and freeing up parents who may wish to work without being dis-incentivised. The Greens will advocate free early childhood education for all.
The Greens are behind our essential workers, supporting 15% pay rises for Teachers, Nurses, Midwives, and Paramedics.
The Greens support a public green energy grid. This is the best way to get cheaper energy bills for all. We will also bring 100% free public transport to all.
The role of the Government is to give everyone a fair chance. The Greens care about democracy and fight for equality in our community regardless of wealth, gender, age, sexual orientation, racial or cultural background. This will make us all better off.

Transport is another major concern for locals. What are some policies you will suggest to improve conditions in the Willoughby electorate?

Travelling along Military Road or the Pacific Highway by car can be a nightmare, and the lines for buses are getting longer and longer. This is the symptom of a system which does not value and incentivise public transport.
The Greens will reverse the privatisation of our bus network and tirelessly fight for 100% free public transport.
The Greens chaired the parliamentary enquiry into bus privatisation and it found that drivers are not getting the pay and conditions they deserve, and privatisation is worse for commuters.

The last Federal election showed that Independent candidates are a strong force on the North Shore and Northern Beaches. If you are an independent candidate, how will you work with the major parties if elected? And if you are from a political party, how will you work with independents if elected?

The Greens will work for society and for the people of Willoughby according to the values and policies we have developed through decades of conversations with the community and experts, as well as a more refined local policy specific to Willoughby this election, based on hundreds of conversations in plazas, walking door to door and online.
Therefore, we Greens already have a clear contract with the community. The community can trust us to uphold this. The community know where we stand on all issues. The same cannot be said for Independents.
The Greens are very likely to hold the balance of power in both houses. We will hold Liberal and Labour to account.
We hope that Independents, if elected, will fight for what is right for the community and society. To this end, they can expect to receive our powerful support to hold the major parties to account.

What are the main issues you see as important for this election, and how will you advocate for them?

The Greens are not scared to bring a fight to the big end of town.
Thousands of people across NSW are struggling with gambling addictions. The Greens plan to immediately support a cashless gaming card, then move swiftly to remove all pokies from pubs and clubs. This will give our local pubs a chance to thrive as centres for live music and community events and break our State’s toxic relationship with gambling.
Both major parties receive dirty money from the gambling industry and the Greens will stop this. In doing so, we will save people addicted to gambling and their families from financial and family heartache.
We are also increasingly seeing how developers are in the pockets of politicians. The Greens will ban political donations from the development industry to make sure planning decisions are made by the people, and by experts, not by developers.
The Greens are not anti-development, we need a diversity of housing for our diverse community.
However, we will fight to protect our environment. We will make wide spread legislative change to prevent the loss of open space, make our buildings greener, make out town centres more livable, and make government more accountable. We will bring developers to the table to build for our community and not for greed.
I am also running to address climate change. The Liberal-National government has approved 23 coal and gas projects since 2016. This is unacceptable. The Greens will Introduce a Climate Disaster Levy on coal exports to raise over $7 billion per year to transition to Green Energy, and kick coal out of our state by 2030.

If elected, how will you stay in touch with the community and their concerns?

I will be available in person, by phone or email, I plan to attend lots of community events too.

How can locals stay up to date with your campaign in the leadup to the election?

Please follow me on Facebook or come and see me on pre-polling or election day. I will be out every day handing out how to votes to support our team. Most of my shifts will be at Civic in Chatswood.

Larissa Penn, Independent

Tell us about your connection to the Willoughby area.

I’m a true local and a long-time resident of Naremburn where I live with my husband and where we have raised our three wonderful children. We have owned a home in Naremburn for over 24 years and have also lived in Northbridge and Crows Nest. I’m a born and bred local who cares deeply for the people of Willoughby and its precious environment.

My childhood years were spent in Cammeray and my teen years in Cremorne. I attended Cammeray Public School and then North Sydney Girls High. I was also lucky enough to spend a great deal of time at my grandparents’ home in West Chatswood.

Over the past 6 or so years, I have represented the views of the Willoughby electorate at public forums, local government meetings, NSW State Parliament and in the media on issues that have affected the Willoughby Electorate. I have had some success but there is much still to do as the community is still not being heard by the State Government.

I am immersed in my community and have been involved in many community groups. I have been the President of the Naremburn Progress Association, Secretary of the Federation of Progress Associations, P&C Vice President, Chair of the Cammeray PS Sustainability Committee and have been an organizer of playgroups and youth groups in the area.

Why are you running as a candidate in this election and why should locals vote for you?

I am a true independent answerable only to the community. I am not a rubber stamp for political parties or other vested interests. I am committed to treating people with respect and debating issues, not personalities.

My campaign is old-school, grass roots, on the ground and supported by volunteers – in the style of Ted Mack, the grandfather of the Independent movement. Like me, Ted Mack started his time in politics on the North Shore standing up against local issues such as a development next door. From there he went into local, then State then Federal Politics – a well-known story, although I have no ambitions beyond representing the Electorate of Willoughby.

We all know the Willoughby electorate is a very special place – whether it’s the lively neighbourhoods and quaint heritage of Crows Nest, Cammeray, Northbridge and Naremburn or the stunning natural beauty of Castlecrag, the Coves and Middle Harbour or the thriving diversity and buzz of Chatswood and Artarmon or the quiet tree lined streets of Roseville and everywhere in between – we all want the same things. We want our community and our concerns to be valued and respected.

Many in my community tell me that they feel disappointed and let down by the State Government. Our voices haven’t been listened to, our opinions don’t matter and our current State Representative tells us about “his” vision for Willoughby. I am passionate about representing my community and their vision for Willoughby, not my own.

What the Willoughby electorate is telling me is that we are not simply a land bank for developers or a connection point for toll roads – we are a community that deserves to be valued and respected.

I am answerable only to my community. If I am elected, I will have no branches to stack and no party to appease. I will treat our electorate with respect and take our voice straight to the floor of Parliament.

The Electorate of Willoughby needs an independent local voice to ensure we are truly valued and heard.

This election is a watershed moment. In talking to our community it’s clear the time for simply listening is over, we need to see real change now.

Our Willoughby Living members have told us that rising costs for households is a key election concern for them. How will you advocate on their behalf for policies on this issue?

Rising costs for households is a significant issue in the Willoughby Electorate.

I will reduce the pressure on households by ending the rorts, the wastage and the cost blowouts that have plagued this State Government over the past 12 years.

I will hold the government to account to spend public funds responsibly, sustainably and in the interest of the public.

I will work with the government to develop a plan to provide targeted relief that is easier to access rather than ad-hoc, complex subsidies.

I will also oppose any further toll roads which only add to the cost of living pressures for families and small businesses.

Transport is another major concern for locals. What are some policies you will suggest to improve conditions in the Willoughby electorate?

We need to move away from a car centric traffic model and to a more active and sustainable transport framework. Stopping privatisation, including the privatisation of our transport networks is a must.

Our bus network is a mess – there are not enough buses, not enough drivers and we have timetabled services that don’t show up. The State Government has lost control of the situation. I will enter into good faith negotiations with the Government and the bus owners to ensure the bus network is reliable, efficient and affordable. We also need to accelerate the electrification of the bus network.

I will continue to advocate for a halt and review of the Warringah Freeway, Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link projects and ensure that meaningful consideration of the sustainable transport alternatives including public transport and all types of active and sustainable transport, are included. Building more roads will only increase congestion.

I will advocate for a metro from Chatswood to the Northern Beaches. The new metro line through North Sydney to Chatswood and then onto Macquarie Uni and Tallawong presents a great opportunity for a metro line connection from Chatswood to Dee Why. In fact a 2009 Metro corridor assessment that has been kept cabinet in confidence confirmed that this is a viable option.

I will advocate for safer and wider footpaths allowing greater use and accessibility of dedicated footpaths and cycleways.  I will also advocate for increased north/south cycleway connectivity to ensure that commuter mode shift is achieved and there is ongoing incentivisation to support a shift in behaviour from car use to cycling and other forms of active & sustainable transport. Getting a higher proportion of people into active transport will free road capacity up for those who absolutely must use the road corridor such as tradies. The current plans for the Warringah freeway don’t create a viable and safe commuter connection between the Electorate of Willoughby, the Sydney CBD and beyond.

The last Federal election showed that Independent candidates are a strong force on the North Shore and Northern Beaches. If you are an independent candidate, how will you work with the major parties if elected? And if you are from a political party, how will you work with independents if elected?

I have already shown that I can work positively and constructively with all political parties and members of government, so as to make sure that the Willoughby Electorate is truly represented, respected and heard.

Over the past 5 years I have met with government, opposition and cross bench members to represent the Electorate of Willoughby and to seek changes to State Government projects and policies which are destroying our community.

I have proposed more viable, sustainable alternatives and have succeeded in having some modifications  made – but it is not enough. The time for listening has passed – we need meaningful action now.

What are the main issues you see as important for this election, and how will you advocate for them?

Integrity is a big issue in this election. The pork-barrelling, jobs-for-mates and irresponsible spending of public money must stop.

I support the cashless gaming card and will consider introducing stronger measures to help reduce problem gambling and the terrible impact it has on families.

Cost of Living pressures and housing affordability are affecting all those living in the Willoughby electorate and I have addressed that in Question 3 above.

Transport, or lack of it, is a major issue. We need to move away from our reliance on cars to active and sustainable transport. As I alluded to earlier, our bus network is a mess thanks to privatisation and timetable changes. We need to build active and sustainable transport infrastructure so that walking and cycling is safe and seen as a viable transport option.

As mentioned above, I will advocate for the previously scoped metro from Chatswood to the Northern Beaches which will address the congestion issues rather than an expensive toll road which will see an 18% increase in traffic on the beaches and 1 Million additional vehicle kilometers travelled through the North Shore daily.

Environment and Climate are also a key community concern. This State Government has overseen the permanent loss of 1.5 hectares (15,000 sqm) of greenspace, on-going destruction of community green space, refused to filter emission stacks near schools and home, chopped down over 1,000 mature trees lost, further diminished our tree canopy, and precious fauna lost and wildlife corridors destroyed. This cannot continue – there are much better and more sustainable alternatives to this car centred strategy that will not reduce congestion. We also need to move towards net zero faster, accelerate EV transition and innovate for a green economic future.

Long patient wait times, insufficient health services and the rumours of developing RNSH hospital land for development are concerning. We need more hospital beds, more mental health services, key worker housing for our essential workers and better pay and conditions for our nurses to mention just a few issues.

We need more and better planned schools and a significant investment in education programs for special needs children and opportunity classes. We must incentivise people to choose teaching as a career and improve teachers’ pay, conditions and retention. We must also provide high quality learning and development programs for teachers and lift our international standing in Education rankings.

The Planning System needs major reform. Over-development and inappropriate development is allowed to progress without meaningful community engagement and without the necessary infrastructure being planned or built. This is impacting the liveability of our villages, our open spaces and our amenity. We need to masterplan for growth alongside our community and welcome their input.

If elected, how will you stay in touch with the community and their concerns?

If I am fortunate enough to be elected as the State Representative for Willoughby, I will continue to stay in touch and communicate with my community as I do now. I will use a range of methods from community forums, attending meetings, online surveys and newsletters. My community’s voice will continue to inform my position rather than a party’s voice.

How can locals stay up to date with your campaign in the leadup to the election?

My website is https://www.larissaforwilloughby.com

My facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/larissaforwilloughby/

My Instagram page is https://www.instagram.com/larissaforwilloughby/?hl=en

My email is info@larissaforwilloughby.emailnb.com

Michael Want, Sustainable Australia

Tell us about your connection to the Willoughby area?

I live in Crows Nest and have three adult children who all attended school in the area. I have a strong community focus having been involved with kids basketball and rugby.

Why are you running as a candidate in this election and why should locals vote for you?

I am running to de-corrupt politics in NSW and implement sustainable solutions for our future. I am running for Sustainable Australia Party because it has practical and realistic solutions to the current problems of overdevelopment and environmental destruction.

Our Willoughby  Living members have told us that rising costs for households is a key election concern for them. How will you advocate on their behalf for policies on this issue?

I will advocate for them through targeting the root cause of the issue – government-engineered hyper-demand. To address this issue, we need to phase out negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions for property investors, banning foreign ownership and stabilising Australia’s population size. We also need more investment in public housing in the short term. I also advocate for domestic energy reservation, including gas, and investment in renewable energy.

Transport is another major concern for locals. How will you seek to improve transport conditions in the area?

We seek to improve transport conditions through prioritising the most ecologically sustainable and congestion-free public and private transport systems. This means lowering the cost of public transport, expanding bus networks, building better and safer bicycle networks and pedestrian infrastructure.

The last Federal election showed that Independent candidates are a strong force. If you are an independent candidate, how will you work with the major parties if elected? And if you are from a political party, how will you work with independents if elected

Sustainable Australia Party is an independent community movement that has a science and evidence-based policy platform. We are willing to work with anyone as long as their policy is sound.

What are the main issues you see as important for this election, and how will you advocate for them?

The main focus for me is protecting our environment, stopping overdevelopment and stopping corruption. This includes protecting endangered species habitats, native forests and local tree canopies; reducing Australia’s waste production; acting on climate change; stopping inappropriate high-rise and sprawl; delivering new community infrastructure before more housing; stabilising Australia’s population size; transparent reporting of political donations and lobbying; and banning political donations from big business and unions.

If elected, how will you stay in touch with the community and their concerns?

If elected, I will stay in touch with the community through local market and festival stalls, engaging in social media, as well as my office.

How can locals stay up to date with your campaign in the leadup to the election?

The Sustainable Australia Party website has all of our candidates bios and policies for further reading as well as a eNewsletter for keeping up to date with party announcements.

 

 

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