Steve Martin, the Liberal Party candidate for Indi, is a local and a widely respected member of the community.
The Australian Electoral Commission has commenced publishing the list of candidates for the 18 May federal election. This is the ballot order for the north-east Victorian seat of Indi.
The commanding return to office of the Andrews [Labor] government emphatically reaffirms that Labor is the natural ruling party in Victoria. By the time the state’s next election is due in November 2022, Labor will have presided over Spring Street for three-quarters of the previous four decades.
Labor has swept to power in a crushing defeat so far winning 52 (of 88) Lower House seats in the Victorian State Election.
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The Victorian Liberal Party has promised to take a tough stance on crime if elected on 24 November, with proposals including mandatory minimum sentencing for repeat offenders of serious crimes (including murder, rape, aggravated home invasions, aggravated burglaries and car-jackings) and an overhaul of the bail system.
Commuters on the Hurstbridge line will have more trains, more seats and fewer delays with the Andrews Labor Government promising to continue upgrading the Hurstbridge line.
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy today announced that if elected a Victorian Liberal Nationals’ Coalition Government will spend over $300 million to duplicate the Hurstbridge railway line between Greensborough and Eltham.
Today, August 24 is the last day to update details on the Australian Electoral Commission’s (AEC) Commonwealth Electoral Roll to participate in the upcoming same sex marriage (SSM) survey. To participate in the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) survey you must be on the electoral roll by the end of today at 11:59pm. The ABS
Canberra, ACT. The latest Newspoll, conducted for The Australian by Galaxy Research has seen the the Turnbull government fall behind Labor for the 18th consecutive newspoll with the Coalition on 46 per cent and Labor on 54 per cent in two-party terms. This is a swing of over four percent against the Coalition government since