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State Election is in the Air!

posted Feb 16, 2015, 1:35 PM by Sean Donovan
With the NSW State Election fast approaching it is time to ask our would-be representatives where they stand on key local social justice issues.

On the 28th March 2015, NSW electors will be required to vote for the 56th Parliament. In this election 93 candidates for the Legislative Assembly will be elected, and in the Legislative Council 21 of the 42 seats will be contested.

Areas that we are concerned with include:

- Affordable Housing
- Simplifying and Improving Transport
- Accessibility of Government Services and Support
  (particularly for those without computers, email and/or credit cards)
- Jobs and Opportunity
- Simplifying business entry for all and reducing the cost of doing business in NSW
- Health and well being
- Education and technical training

Do you have ideas for specific things that should be fixed?

Let us know by dropping an email to the secretary@msjn.org

We will compile suggestions and questions to be presented to our local candidates.

The main party candidates that we know at this stage are:

Campbelltown:
Liberal Candidate - Bryan Doyle
Labor Candidate - Greg Warren
Greens - Ben Moroney

Camden
Liberal - Chris Patterson
Labor - Cindy Cagney
Greens - Danica Sajn

Macquarie Fields
Liberal - Pat Farmer
Labor - Anoulack Chanthivong


The Electoral Commission will publish a full list of candidates after nominations close.


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