Candidate Bulletin Board

As stated in the Voices of Mackellar Constitution, one of our aims is to ‘promote and expand active community participation in the processes of Democracy’.

 

Voting is the most fundamental act of participation in democracy giving every citizen the opportunity to select the candidate or candidates that they feel will best represent their values and the issues they are most concerned about.

 

As a strictly non- partisan and not for profit organisation, Voices of Mackellar does not endorse any candidate in any election. 

 

The following information is provided to enable constituents in the Federal seat of Mackellar to find information on all political parties and/or candidates who have indicated their intention to stand at the next election (date yet to be advised).

 

To check that you are enrolled to vote or to confirm the electorate that you are registered in visit the Australian Electoral Commission website

 

The list and contact details of all political parties registered in Australia can be found here

The 2019 Federal election results in Mackellar can be found here

We will endeavor to keep this information updated regularly. This will be assisted by any information that can be provided to info@voicesofmackellar.org.au

Jason Falinski MP 

 

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 Liberal Party of Australia - current representative for Mackellar

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Dr Sophie Scamps

 

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Independent candidate 

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Barry Steele

 

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The New Liberals candidate 

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Parties who fielded candidates in the 2019 election but are yet to announce a candidate

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 

Australian Greens

Australian Labor Party 

Sustainable Australia Party

United Australia Party