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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 Council Election


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Advance Australia Party

Nationalism, Populism

Ballot Group: F

   BOLAND Helen

   BROWN Leslea

   BROWN Raymond

   CARRUTHERS Benjamin

   CHANDLER Ian

   CLEMENTS Trisha

   COSTIGAN Simon

   CRAIG Geoffrey

   CRANFIELD Kevin

   EMRICH Eva

   MARCHANT Joel

   O'DONNELL Michael

   ROWSTON Trina

   VAN JOUR Luke

   WALTER David

Believes in maintaining current mainstream positions. In particular opposes propsed changes to superannuation and changing the date of Australia day.

  • Opposes action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

Animal Justice Party

Animal rights

Ballot Group: E

   ATWELL David

   BELLENGER Carol

   BRIGGS Susanne

   COSTELLO Benjamin

   COSTELLO Kathleen

   EYRE Temple

   GROSS Leon

   HOSKING Karl

   HURST Emma

   JONES Petra

   MCGRATH Bryan

   MOSES Christopher

   POINTING Gregory

   POLLARD Angela

   SUMMERSON Timothy

   UNDERWOOD Ian

   WARD Charlotte

   WATERS William

   WHALLEY Jason

Believes in animal rights. Opposes greyhound racing, live export, puppy farms and hunting of wildlife

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • Supports 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
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$442,333

Australian Conservatives (NSW)

Conservatism, Social conservatism

Ballot Group: M

   BINNS Aaron

   CAIRNS Tim

   DE VRIES Daniel

   ELLIOTT Robert

   GRIGG Colin

   HIBBERT Sonia

   IRAWAN Ben

   LEE Eric

   McLEAN Lachlan

   PALMER Igor

   RIBEIRO Miguel

   SAMRANI Samantha

   SARDAR Cheryl

   VINCENT Allan

   VINCENT Sally-Anne

   WALSH Greg

   WIDJAJA Hengki

Believes that the functions of government are to guarantee individual freedom, property rights and the administration of justice.

  • Mixed 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
  • Opposes voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Review the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$550
PG Consolidated Pty Ltd as Trustee for PG Trust
donated $50,000

Australian Labor Party (NSW Branch)

Social democracy

Ballot Group: J

   BUTTIGIEG Mark

   CHANDRALA Aruna

   D'ADAM Anthony

   DONNELLY Greg

   FAROOQUI Sabrin

   KIM Peter

   MARTIN Ann

   MOOKHEY Daniel

   PRIMROSE Peter

   SHARPE Penny

   SIBRAA Julie

   SITOU Sally

   VO Tri

   WARD Pamela

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

Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group)

National conservatism, Christian right

Ballot Group: Q

   ARGAET Anne

   BANKS Peter

   BURTON Matthew

   CLARKE Gregory

   CLARKE Helen

   CLIFFORD Ross

   COAN Cecille

   CUBIS Luke

   GREEN Michelle

   GREEN Paul

   KADWELL Lesley

   KNOX Charles

   MIRZA Benjamin

   OOSTERBEEK Kiah

   PIPER Tania

   SMITH Beth

   TAOUK SLEIMAN Lara

   WRIGHT Aaron

   YOUNG Graeme

Believes in Christian values and ethics

  • 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
  • Opposes voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Review the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$797,193

Country Labor Party

Social democracy

Ballot Group: J

   KEENAN Vanessa

   MIRAN Michelle

   MORIARTY Tara

   SEKFY Paul

   SEWELL Sharon

   SHEAHAN Charlie

   WELLER Kim

Believes that citizens in rural and regional areas face unique issues that merit their own representation in the Labor Party.

  • 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
$920,895
Allianz Australia Limited
donated $6,100
Ernst & Young
donated $6,100
Plenary Group Holdings Pty Ltd
donated $5,000

Flux NSW

Direct democracy

Ballot Group: I

   BALLINGALL Ben

   CROSSING Kipling

   DEARING Jordon

   GAVRIEL Jason

   GREENUP Shane

   GUERRERA Adrian

   HANNA Jesse

   JARVIS Liam

   KAYE Max

   MAY Christopher

   PAYNE Jessica

   ROSS-HOPKINS Adam

   RUSHTON Ben

   SESSELMANN Thomas

   SOLTANI Mansour

Elected Flux politicians give up their autonomy and use their votes in line with the outcomes produced by the Flux system where individuals can directly vote on individual issues.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$10,463

James Jansson Group

Progressive

Ballot Group: S

   CLARKE Brendan

   CONSTANTINESCU Liviu

   HAMMOND Aaron

   JANSSON James

   LEONG Andrea

   MANICKAM Saritha

   MORELLO Majella

   OBERG James

   PAGE Nathan

   PFISTER Markus

   POWELL Daniel

   SLAVICH Eve

   ZENG Raymond

An independent group in the NSW Upper House. We'll invest into our future, through public schools, infrastructure, preserving the environment and making NSW an affordable place to live and do business.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Some 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

Jememy Buckingham Group

Environmental

Ballot Group: L

   BUCKINGHAM Jeremy

   QUINCE David

   MACALLISTER Jane

   WILSON Melinda

   WATTS John

   KENNEDY Eve-Lyn

   HUTTON Mark

   McKENZIE Michele

   LEWIS Antony

   BAYLIS Janelle

   WILLS Pete

   SHAW Craig

   WINSLOW Chris

   DARLEY-JONES Patrick

An independent real green fighting for action on climate change, the end of coal, renewable energy, farmers and the Murray Darling Basin.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • No position on increases in public transport
  • No position on 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
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

Keep Sydney Open Party

Anti-lockout laws

Ballot Group: N

   BECKER Max

   ESTEBAN Bianca

   FERRER Hugo

   FRENCH Wendell

   GREEN Katie

   GYORY Stephan

   HEATHWOOD James

   KOH Tyson

   LEVETT Tori

   MAHER Eoin

   MATHESON Jesse

   MILLER Jess

   McNAMEE Daniel

   NICOL Emily

   PARMETER Louisa

   SIMS Allison

   SMITH Jordan

   THAI-HAYNES Wei

   WALKER-CATCHPOLE Brian

   WHITE Matthew

   YIANNOUKAS Stavros

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

Liberal Democratic Party

Libertarianism

Ballot Group: O

   BRON Alan

   CHEN Charlie

   DE LIMA Joaquim

   DUNCAN Samuel

   FRANCIS Keith

   HOWS Andrew

   KLAUZNER James

   LEYONHJELM David

   LOVE Dax

   MEAD Clinton

   NEVILLE Codie

   NICKOLS Robert

   PIRIE James

   RIOS Charles

   RUNGE Peter

   SPENDER Duncan

   ZAHRA Luke

Believes in free markets, personal freedoms, smaller government and personal responsibility

  • No position on action on climate change
  • Opposes increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • Opposes increased spending on education
  • No position on the safe schools program
  • No position on increased spending on TAFE
  • Opposes increased spending on health
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • Opposes action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$179,563
Philip Morris Limited
donated $40,000
Siesta Holdings Australia Pty Ltd
donated $15,000
Australian Hotels Association - Federal Office
donated $500

National Party of Australia - NSW

Conservatism, Agrarianism

Ballot Group: K

   BLAIR Niall

   CHANTER John

   FANG Wes

   MITCHELL Sarah

   de GUNST Steven

Junior party to the Liberal party, representing regional, rural & remote NSW

  • No position on action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Supports building roads & tollways
  • No position on increased spending on education
  • No position on the safe schools program
  • Supports increased spending on TAFE
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • Opposes action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$4,779,364
National Building Foundation
donated $18,042
Manildra Group
donated $13,350
Tabcorp Holdings Limited
donated $6,400

Pauline Hanson's One Nation

Australian nationalism, Right-wing populism

Ballot Group: T

   BOGARD Greville

   BOURNE Bob

   COX John

   COX Margaret

   JACKSON Mick

   KAYES Janet

   LATHAM Mark

   OLLIVER Brian

   OTTLEY Damian

   REES Peter

   ROBERTS Cameron

   ROBERTS Lynette

   ROBERTS Quenten

   ROBERTS Rod

   ROSS Jason

   SAKER Adrian

   SAKER Vicki

Runs on a broadly populist and protectionist platform. Promises to reduce immigration and multicultural policies.

  • Opposes action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$1,750,142
Taxi Council of Queensland Inc
donated $15,000
Australian Hotels Association - Federal Office
donated $4,480

Seniors United Party of Australia

Pensioners' interests

Ballot Group: G

   AGNEW Nick

   CHAFFEY Margaret

   DEMAS Andrew

   DUCKER Helen

   FITZPATRICK Frank

   KYRIACOU Ikaros

   OSBORNE Chris

   OSBORNE Mark

   PATRECH Christine

   SMITH Neil

   SNELL John

   STACEY Warwick

   TZEMOPOULOS John

Believes in a better deal for seniors, veterans & the disabled in health, care, income and housing.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • Supports increased spending on education
  • No position on the safe schools program
  • No position on increased spending on TAFE
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$7,151

Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party (NSW) Incorporated

Conservatism, Gun rights

Ballot Group: A

   BANASIAK Mark

   COOK David

   COOKE Brett

   COTRONEO Diane

   FARRELL Howard

   HAWKINS Ray

   HOWDEN John

   LESAGE Jason

   MULLIGAN Raymond

   NOUJAIM Alain

   RICHARDS Peter

   ROMANO Karen

   SHAW Bob

   SINGLE Kirsty

   SMITH Benjamin

   SPEARS Daniel

   THOMAS Holli

   WOOD Jacqui

Believes that all Australians should be free to live their lives without government interference, particularly shooters, fishers and farmers.

  • Opposes action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • Opposes the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
NSW Amateur Pistol Association Inc.
donated $33,700

Socialist Alliance

Socialism, Anti-capitalism

Ballot Group: B

   ASHBY Sam

   BASSI Raul

   BOYLE Peter

   CHUTER Andrew

   COBAN Semra

   COLEMAN John

   CRAIG Phil

   DOWDELL-PARKES Zebedee

   EVANS Rachel

   GLEESON Margaret

   HINMAN Pip

   McALEAR Joel

   McGREGOR Nicole

   McILROY Jim

   RODEN Duncan

   RYAN-JONES Topia

   SANCHEZ Paula

   WYNTER Coral

Believes in a democratic society run by and for working people, not the capitalist elite that now rules.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • No position on 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
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Opposes the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$47,380

Sustainable Australia (NSW)

Lower immigration, Anti-overdevelopment, Green liberalism

Ballot Group: C

   ALDEN John

   BOURKE William

   BRUNNER Ashley

   BURKE Ann

   COTTEE Mike

   GOLDIE Jenny

   GREEN Jill

   GRZIC Warren

   KERRISON Anthea

   KREET Alexander

   LANDWEHR Torsten

   LUI Wing In (Catherine)

   MAGNUSSON Alan

   MORELLI Bradd

   NOONAN Alison

   O'ROURKE Chris

   REID Peter

   WAIGHT Kerry

   WILDER Michael

   WINTER Dean

   YUE Xiaowei

Believes in a sustainable environment and population level. Opposes overdevelopment but supports affordable housing. Believes in policies to support a diverse economy supporting local factories, farms and small business.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Opposes building roads & tollways
  • Supports 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$222,405
Rufolo Pty Ltd
donated $64,000
Mr Allan Doensen
donated $20,000
Gainsdale Pty Ltd
donated $20,000

The Greens NSW

Green politics

Ballot Group: D

   ADAMS Tony

   BLAKEY Cath

   BOYD Abigail

   CHIA Roz

   CLARK Philippa

   HESSE Colin

   HICKEY Tony

   IHLEIN Louise

   JONES Adrian

   KANAK Dominic

   KIAT Tom

   MIDDLEBROOK Shaun

   PORTEOUS Rochelle

   ROSS Vicki

   SAVILLE Lynne

   SCOTT Jane

   SHOEBRIDGE David

   STEER Louise

   TAN Monica

   VEITCH Philipa

   WALKER Dawn

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

The Liberal Party of Australia New South Wales Division

Liberal conservatism

Ballot Group: K

   AKHURST Alan

   CUSACK Catherine

   DALEY Pat

   LEE Amy

   MACLAREN-JONES Natasha

   MARTIN Taylor

   PHELPS Peter

   SINHA Pallavi

   TUDEHOPE Damien

   WARD Natalie

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

The Small Business Party

Small business advocacy

Ballot Group: R

   ADAMSON Gary

   CAMPBELL Julia

   COLEMAN Dianne

   COULTER Tatiana

   DOUSKOU Frank

   FINCH Harrison

   FOGARTY Rhaad

   GEREIGE John

   MATTHEWS Todd

   NGUYEN Hoai

   NICKISSON Brett

   PAMPLIN Jillian

   PREKETES Helen

   STEVIS Tony

   TSOLAKIS James

   VITHOULKAS Angela

   VITHOULKAS Constentine

   WYNYARD Paula

Believes in supporting small business owners by cutting red tape, tax and providing support services such as free OOSH

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • Supports 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

Voluntary Euthanasia Party (NSW)

Leagalised euthanasia

Ballot Group: P

   BEAUMONT OWLES Brian

   DALEY Judith

   DITCHFIELD Luke

   EDWARDS Jan

   EDWARDS Jessica

   HACKETT Penelope

   HANLEY Julie

   HIGSON Shayne

   KILPATRICK Kym

   LANGHAM Jo

   NEWMAN David

   PIEPER David

   POTOCNIK Sharon

   SCHILLING Kath

   STEEP Sandi

   WINNING Bill

Believes that terminally and incurably ill Australians should have the choice to end their own life. Takes a moderate and progressive stance on other policies.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • Supports increased spending on health
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

Environmental

Ballot Group: L

   BECK Lorraine

  • 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
  • Supports the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies

(independent)

   BOGAN Ron

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

(independent)

   BRETT John

Preserve open space. Renewable energy. Local manufacture. Cycleways.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

   BROKMAN Andre

Believes that the government and police must be compelled to enforce laws protecting the elderly from abuse

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • 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
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

Ballot Group: G

   CAMPBELL Steven

  • 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

(independent)

Ballot Group: S

   CHRISTIAENS Jay

  • 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

(independent)

   EDWARDS Tony

Make the Legislative Council a house of review - not just a rubber stamp for the major parties

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Opposes 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
  • Supports voluntary euthanasia
  • Supports action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • Supports greater accountability for politicians
  • Review the lockout laws
  • Supports action to curtail pokies

(independent)

Ballot Group: S

   FINNO Robyn

  • 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

(independent)

Ballot Group: G

   GERANTONIS Paul

  • 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

(independent)

   HUNTER John

Believes in a better deal for rural health and welfare.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • No position on increased spending on education
  • Supports the safe schools program
  • No position on increased spending on TAFE
  • No position on 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
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

   HUTCHINSON Bryn

Advocates for progressive change that works towards a co-operative, compassionate and inclusive community. In the 2019 State Election will be particularly campaigning on the issues of police accountability and a Human Rights Act for New South Wales.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • No position on 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
  • No position on voluntary euthanasia
  • No position on action to prevent abuse of the elderly
  • No position on greater accountability for politicians
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

Ballot Group: G

   KOLIADIS Kyriakos

  • 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

(independent)

   LIM Danny

Supports a shift towards renewable energy. Supports gradually abandoning the private healthcare rebate and investing the savings in public hospitals. Supports needs based education funding as outlined by Gonski. Supports higher tax rates for multinational corporations.

  • No position on action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • No position on building roads & tollways
  • No position on increased spending on education
  • Supports the safe schools program
  • No position on increased spending on TAFE
  • No position on 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
  • No position on the lockout laws
  • No position on action to curtail pokies

(independent)

Ballot Group: S

   MAROSKE Michael

  • 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

(independent)

Ballot Group: H

   MONAGHAN Anthony

Believes in government providing sufficient funding for substantial research into cures for cancers and other similar diseases.

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

(independent)

Ballot Group: H

   MONAGHAN Sharni

Believes in government providing sufficient funding for substantial research into cures for cancers and other similar diseases.

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

(independent)

Conservation

   ROBERTSON Ellie

Advocating for the environment, people with disabilities & animal rights.

  • Supports action on climate change
  • Supports increases in public transport
  • Opposes building roads & tollways
  • Supports increased spending on education
  • Opposes 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

(independent)

Ballot Group: S

   WIGHAM Michael

  • 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

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