Melbourne marriage equality political guide

June 22, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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GLBTI group Aleph Melbourne has published a Voters’ Guide for Marriage Equality in Jewish Melbourne.

MR_-Aleph-Melbourne-marks-20-years-with-historical-documentary-_-Aleph-Melbourne-2015-09-13-12-02-40Michael Barnett said: “Following on from the successful 2013 edition, this voters guide is an essential resource for the savvy voter who is keen on prioritising equality for same-sex attracted, intersex and gender diverse people.

The guide covers the electorates of Goldstein, Higgins, Hotham, Kooyong, Melbourne Ports and Menzies.  These electorates are selected as they span the suburbs where Melbourne’s Jewish community are predominantly located.

Individual candidates’ positions are provided where known along with links to party and social media profiles.

The guide can be viewed here

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3 Responses to “Melbourne marriage equality political guide”
  1. Adrian Jackson says:

    Candidates who were “stood down” or “dis-endorsed” after nominations closed and the ballot draw was fixed will still be on the ballot paper next to their former party logo and name.

    • Michael Barnett says:

      Yes, indeed. The Animal Justice Party candidate for Menzies is one such person. Is there anyone else in the guide who has been stood-down or disendorsed that you are aware of?

  2. Michael Barnett says:

    Positive feedback already in on the Voters Guide from one happy voter:

    “I just wanted to send a big thank you for the excellent election candidate summary on your website.

    Marriage equality is an important election issue for me and your summary has aided me in deciding my preferences.

    Additionally, the links you have provided to each candidates website and/or Facebook page are excellent. To my surprise these aren’t even provided on the AEC’s website which is where I initially searched before turning to Google which lead me to your site.”

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