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2019 Australian federal election, Saturday, 18 May 2019

House of Representatives for the division of Burt, WA


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Candidate
Policies
Donations

The Greens (WA)

Green politics

   Simone COLLINS

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$548,324
Prof Chilla Bulbeck
donated $599,860

Labor

Social democracy, Neoliberalism

   Matt KEOGH

Major centre-left political party, believes in standing up for middle and working Australia

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Mixed the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Supports reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • No position on offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • Supports implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$10,099,926
Electrical Trades Union of Australia - Victorian Branch
donated $450,000
ANZ Banking Group Limited
donated $250,000
National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association
donated $124,900

Pauline Hanson's One Nation

Australian nationalism, Right-wing populism

   Nicole DEVINCENTIS

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$1,750,142
Taxi Council of Queensland Inc
donated $15,000
Australian Hotels Association - Federal Office
donated $4,480

WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY

WA's best interests

   Sarcha SAGISAKA

Believes that WA should get more from the federal government

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Opposes the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • Most implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission

(independent)

   Naomi NATION


Liberal

Liberal conservatism, Economic liberalism

   David GOODE

Incumbent major ruling party, believes in individual rights and freedoms, a lean government that minimises interference and maximises individual and private sector initiative

  • Mixed government lead action on climate change
  • Supports the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Opposes government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Opposes increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Opposes government action to curtail pokies
  • Opposes implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$4,904,921
The Michael Crouch Foundation
donated $350,000
ANZ Banking Group Limited
donated $250,000
National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association
donated $150,000

United Australia Party

Right-wing populism, Australian nationalism

   Sahil CHAWLA

Believes in a broadly populist position. Supports decentralisation, regional self-government and lower taxes. Opposes political lobbyists.

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Mixed the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Supports reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Opposes offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Opposes increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • Supports the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • Mixed implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission

Australian Christians

Social conservatism, Christian right

   Warnar SPYKER

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$154,086
Mrs Delphene Moran
donated $50,000
Tricord Pty Ltd
donated $25,000

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers

Conservatism, Gun rights

   Peter Joseph RAFFAELLI

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$59,314
NSW Amateur Pistol Association Inc.
donated $33,700

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