the campaign trail - 22 sep
I'm running in the upcoming state election in the upper house seat of Eastern Metropolitan. It's been another busy week on the campaign trail. This week includes updates on:
- Greens doorknock Doncaster Sat 27 AM details here (plenty of time to help the Greens and watch the Grand Final)
- Greens introduce bill to ban battery cages and sow stalls
- Greens - Global Climate Mobilisation
- Greens - Make family violence a top election issue
- Greens plan for a 10c refund scheme
- Greens candidate Jill Wild campaigns at Croydon train station, Ben Cronly for Bulleen doorknocks Templestowe and Richard Cranston for Warrandyte at Park Orchards Market
- Greens call for action for firefighters
- Greens initiative - End duck shooting
|Climate change poses the greatest threat to our world in human|
history and requires urgent local, national and global action.
Read the Greens climate policy here.
twitter - @greens4eastmet
Labels: Battery cages, bulleen, climate change, container deposit legislation, Croydon, duck shooting, fair go for firefighters, family violence, Greens, samantha dunn, sow stalls, state election, Warrandyte