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Boost health, education
“I am passionate
in my belief that Mc-
Millan needs strong,
leadership both in
Canberra and close to
home,” he said.
“We have seen over
recent years that there
has been a drift towards
McMillan being a safe
seat for the Liberal Party and this has cost us dearly.
McMillan needs to be a marginal seat. In creating a
contest we are providing voters with a real choice to
advocate for important things in the community.”
Mr Buckingham will advocate for an elector-
ate name change and advocacy for the CSG Free
movement, and support funding for education
and training while aiming for affordable health-
care for all.
Greens’ reject CSG
worked with the
party behind the
scenes and is now
seam gas explo-
ration in South
the area’s prime
farming land and
will oppose frack-
ing’s threat to food
“I am also very concerned about the min-
ing proposals at Mirboo North and surrounds,”
With a teaching background, she also wants
to take action after witnessing many single par-
ents struggle to cope with cuts made by past
governments over the years.
If elected, Mrs Lancaster would also be the
third woman in the House of Representatives
to hail from Gippsland.
McDonald: cut spending
and reduced gov-
are at the top of
man has worked on
cattle stations in the
and Queensland, and
now wants to create
more jobs and slash
taxes for people earning below $40,000.
“I wish to support the coal sector and ensure
jobs are secure for people in the region. In saying
that, I want to remove subsidies for renewable
energy,” he said.
“As for taxes, there are a lot of people in Mc-
Millan who earn under $40,000 a year. They will
no longer have to pay any tax. This will mean a
massive boost for the local economy.”
Voice for animals
abolish live ex-
ports and factory
are among Ani-
mal Justice Party
“One of our most
significant policies is to
establish an indepen-
dent office for animal
rights protection in
Victoria and at a federal level,” she said.
“Barnaby Joyce is the minister responsible for
animal rights and agriculture, which is a massive
conflict of interest. It is pretty absurd the person
responsible for financial profitability of farming
is also responsible for the welfare of those ani-
The Belgrave resident said her biggest prior-
ity is the rights and welfare concerns of animals
in factory farming.
“We are also focused on agricultural busi-
nesses. We are definitely not out to put farmers
out of work,” she said.
THE security of
and concerns for
Norman Baker to
run for The Rise
Up Australia party.
He wants to “abolish
Sharia Law and keep
our enemies at bay.”
“I am interested in
keep Australia Austra-
lian. I want to keep our
borders safe and deal
with the big terrorist situation,” he said.
“Australia was built on Judeo Christian ethics
and I think we are slipping away from that. We
need a party that is not afraid to take action and
be politically incorrect.”
The farmer opposes the construction of
mosques in McMillan.
“We lose freedoms because the terrorists are
trying to take it from us,” he said.
Help for mentally ill
leen Ipsen wants
to fund assisted ac-
from mental health
problems and sup-
ports a review of
the ‘No Jab, No
“I support freedom
of choice regarding that
legislation which is opposed by so many who ques-
tion the safety and effectiveness of vaccination,”
“I would support the abolishment of the ‘Safe
Schools Program’ because it is not an anti-bullying
program as claimed but a sexual education program
encouraging sexual experimentation and high risk
behaviours to children without addressing risks.
“I also support the current Marriage Act which
offers all children the legal possibility to a father
The party also rejects negative gearing reform.
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