Broadmeadows #vicvotes candidates sign on to #climateemergency

November 12, 2018 at 10:16 am 3 comments

The 2018 State election date is November 24, and candidate nominations closed on 9 November. We are asking all candidates to sign the Climate Emergency Declaration.

Sheridan Tate, the Greens candidate, and Jerome Small, the Victorian Socialist candidate have both signed:

Broadmeadows (ABC Guide)

Confirmed candidates in the ballot order:

Meet the Candidates Forum

  • Thur 15 November – (Broadmeadows) Fawkner Neighbourhood House 7pm – 9pm at 95 Major Road, Fawkner – Facebook event

Broadmeadows Candidates Forum

Frank McGuire MP now has a personal request to sign the climate emergency declaration:

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Visited my state MP For #broadmeadows, Labor’s Frank McGuire, to ensure he has the opportunity of signing the #climateemergency declaration. Also made sure he got an invite to the Broadmeadows candidates forum on this Thursday organised by Fawkner Communuty House at 95 Major Rd, Fawkner 7pm-9pm. While I was there I also asked about the $5million #upfieldline upgrade and extension feasibility study that was completed last financial year and when it might be made public. I sent an email to him in August and a similar email to Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan about this report. Minister Allan failed to answer my questions. At least she responded. I only got an auto-reply from Frank’s office, no follow up. Does he really deserve to be our representative with that level of constituent service? #vicvotes #vicvotes2018 #fawkner #climateaction #springst

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