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Moreland Council 2020 election – candidate forums and climate info

Moreland Council election

Moreland Council, along with many other municipal and shire councils in Victoria, will go to the polls on 24 October 2020. Nominations close at 12 noon, 32 days before the election day. (See Knowyour Council guide to Elections)
Enrolment closes at 4 pm on Friday 28 August 2020. You can check your enrolment at the Victorian Electoral Commission and update details.

Postal voting starts 6 October, 2020. The election will be by postal ballot. Please use the hastag #MorelandVotes on election social media.

Climate Action Moreland will be surveying candidates, asking them to sign a climate emergency declaration, which is in keeping with the existing declaration by Council in 2018. Hopefully forums for candidates will be run for each of the three Council Wards.

Responses will be published on posts for each ward that will contain the list of candidates, party affiliation or alignment (if any), public contact information (website, facebook, twitter if available), and their answers. We may also add extra information or links to 3rd party websites where we think it empowers voters on making an informed decision at the ballot box.

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July 26, 2020 at 1:37 am Leave a comment

Wills Candidates who have signed the climate emergency declaration #ausvotes2019

Here in Moreland for the electorate of Wills some of the declared candidates have already signed the climate emergency declaration.

Follow their details at Meet the Candidates election forums, including a Forum organised by Climate Action Moreland on Climate and Sustainability.
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April 11, 2019 at 6:19 pm Leave a comment


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