Proposed electoral changes draw objections

Colac Otway Shire mayor Joe McCracken and Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson say they will object to the Australian Electoral Commission’s proposal to split the shire across two federal electorates.

Colac Otway Shire mayor Joe McCracken and Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson say they will object to the Australian Electoral Commission’s proposal to split the shire across two federal electorates.

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2 Responses to “Proposed electoral changes draw objections”

  1. Phil Alexander

    The answer is simple. Everyone in the Colac district, when they vote in the Wannon electorate, should put the Liberal Party last and therefore turn Wannon into a marginal seat.

  2. This will mean that the new seat of Cox will become a safe labor seat and we will be in the safe Liberal seat of Wannon and we all know what happens when seats are safe, no matter what the party is that holds them, nothing gets done. The only reason we are having the Princes Highway duplication is because the seat of Corangamite is now a marginal seat. I wonder if our resident leftie who writes in here all the time will be happy?

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