Former independent candidate for the (Victorian) state seat of Eildon in the 2018 state election and Kinglake resident Michelle Dunscombe believes “we all have something to contribute to the greater good and our communities.”
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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.
State Liberal Member for Eildon Cindy McLeish has announced recreational fishers and boaters will benefit from an enhanced fish stocking program and better access to Victorian fisheries, under a Liberal Nationals Government.
Since Daniel Andrews began his war on our volunteer firefighters, the CFA has lost 3534 operational volunteers, many who served on Black Saturday and have kept Victorians safe every fire season for decades.
Incumbent Member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish last week announced a Liberal-National Coalition State Government – if elected on 24 November – will establish a $2 million Returned Services’ League (RSL) Building Maintenance Fund to offer grants of up to $30,000 to support the RSL and other ex-service organisations.
As seen in the seat of Wentworth, where Kerryn Phelps nudged out 117 years worth of Liberal domination, Independents from across the country are rising up on a tide of public opinion – which is calling for progressive change.
All the information and links you’ll need to read about candidate’s, and what they intend to do if elected to State Parliament.
A senior La Trobe University expert says that Victorian election candidates may be ignoring local media at their peril.
Labor Upper House Member for Northern Victoria, Jaclyn Symes, last week joined Labor candidate for Eildon, Sally Brennan and Murrindindi Shire in Yea to announce more than $600,000 in works could get under way if Labor is re-elected.