Reporting on the Australian elections by the ABC is Orwellian. If it sends chills down your spine then you will understand why candobetter.net is so keen to publicise political alternatives, especially any that promise a civilised halt to the overpopulation juggernaut to which Tony Abbot and Kevin Rudd have hitched their evil stars. This article promotes information about the candidate list for the Stable Population Party. The introduction was written by Sheila Newman, who has also filmed their Victorian candidates.
The Stable Population Party has announced that it has now finalised Senate groups in all states and territories. it has also just approved House of Representatives (local) candidates in the seats of Griffith (challenging Kevin Rudd) and Denison (challenging Andrew Wilkie). It has a final total of 26 candidates in our very first election.
Candidate list: CLICK HERE
The party is looking for polling place volunteers.
If you would like to join a support group for one of our 10 local candidates for other campaign activities, please let us know ASAP and we will put you in touch: CLICK HERE
House of Representatives
Final list of House of Representatives candidates:
BEROWRA - Deborah Smythe
LINDSAY - Geoff Brown
EDEN-MONARO - Martin Tye
WARRINGAH - Mike Cottee
BRISBANE - John Roles
GRIFFITH - Jan McNicol
DENISON - Brandon Hoult
LALOR - Jonathan Page
MELBOURNE - Michael Bayliss
MELBOURNE PORTS - Steven Armstrong
The Stable Population Party is running Senate groups in every state and territory, so every Australian voter will be able to vote for a stable population above the line on the Senate (large white) ballot paper.
The Party is getting close to achieving our fundraising goals, to ensure it can pay the $32,000 Senate nomination fees, as well as 10 local candidate nomination fees of $1,000 each.
It is looking for help.
Donations of $20, $100 or more are greatly appreciated. Donations up to $1,500 per annum are tax-deductible.
To donate: CLICK HERE
William Bourke is the President of the Stable Population Party. www.populationparty.org.au
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The Stable Population Party declares itself to be "Committed a stable, sustainable, open and tolerant Australia."