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2019 NSW State election, Saturday, 23 March 2019

Election of the 57th Parliament of New South Wales, including all 93 seats in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly and 21 of the 42 seats in the New South Wales Legislative Council.

Legislative Assembly Election for the district of Auburn


Candidate
Policies
Donations

(independent)

   AHERN Luke

  • Unknown position on action on climate change
  • Unknown position on increases in public transport
  • Unknown position on building roads & tollways
  • Unknown position on increased spending on education
  • Unknown position on the safe schools program
  • Unknown position on increased spending on TAFE
  • Unknown position on increased spending on health
  • Unknown position on voluntary euthanasia
  • Unknown position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Unknown position on greater accountability for politicians
  • Unknown position on the lockout laws
  • Unknown position on action to curtail pokies

The Greens NSW

Green politics

   CASTLE Janet

Believes in a fairer, more sustainable NSW, with environmental protection and better care for all people.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Opposes building roads & tollways
  • Supports increased spending on education
  • Supports the safe schools program
  • Supports increased spending on TAFE
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Opposes the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$2,674,641

Believes in individual rights and freedoms, a lean government that minimises interference and maximises individual and private sector initiative

  • No position on action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Supports building roads & tollways
  • Supports increased spending on education
  • Opposes the safe schools program
  • Supports increased spending on TAFE
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • Supports the lockout laws
  • Opposes action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$11,710,426
Mr Brook Adcock
donated $32,500
Tabcorp Holdings Limited
donated $24,000
The Star Entertainment Group Limited (formerly Echo Entertainmen
donated $22,000

Keep Sydney Open Party

Anti-lockout laws

   LEE Kieron

Supports a safe and vibrant nightlife across NSW. Opposes the lockout laws.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • No position on increased spending on education
  • No position on the safe schools program
  • No position on increased spending on TAFE
  • No position on increased spending on health
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Opposes the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies

Major centre-left political party, believes in putting people first

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Supports building roads & tollways
  • Supports increased spending on education
  • No position on the safe schools program
  • Supports increased spending on TAFE
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • Supports the lockout laws
  • Opposes action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$6,870,413
Australian Hotels Association (N.S.W.)
donated $85,990
Registered Clubs Association of NSW (t/as ClubsNSW)
donated $50,260
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
donated $28,138

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