OUR VICTORIAN SENATE CANDIDATES
has been a socialist ac-tivist since 1990s and has lived in Melbourne’swest or the last 10 years. She is a social workerand community welare teacher in Footscray.
is a Yorta Yorta woman, in- volved in campaigns or indigenous rights sincethe 1970s. She is a ormer member o the Laborparty, disgusted with Rudd government’s poli-cies towards indigenous people, reugees andunions She is a leading campaigner against the Northernerritory intervention.
has been a union activist since the ageo 18, and is currently an Australian WorkersUnion delegate in the petrochemical industry,
TRENT HAWKINS FOR WILLS
“I’m a qualied mechanical engineer,working in the renewable energy sec-tor. Since 2006, I have been active inthe climate action movement, includ-ing the campaign to shut down Ha-zelwood power station and or thegovernment to commit to 100% re-newable energy by 2020.“I am also active in campaigns or the rights o indigenouspeople and reugees and in the anti-war movement. My otherarea o major interest is building solidarity with the revolu-tionary movements o Latin America.”
In the lower house in Victoria we are also standing BenCourtice in the seat of Gellibrand and Sue Bull in theseat of Corio.
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We urge voters to vote 1 Socialist Alliance, give a secondpreerence to the Greens and then preerence Labor beorethe Liberal-National Coalition and other right-wing parties.Te Socialist Alliance is an anti-capitalist, activist party. Westand candidates in elections at every level o government,but unlike other parties we don’t see parliament as the main vehicle or social change. Election campaigns or us are parto our year-round work campaigning in workplaces andcommunities.We help to build movements capable o bringing about thechange we need: change that benets ordinary people andthe environment, and that can lead to a democratic, socialistsociety, run by and or working people.We’re committed to helping build a political alternativethat puts people and planet beore prot. Our uture dependson it.
Socialist Alliance politicians pledge toonly take the wage of an average worker
Te Socialist Alliance candidates or the coming ederal elec-tion are not proessional politicians. Tey are socialist activistswho ght or justice, democracy, peace and environmental sus-tainability. I elected they would take only an average worker’swage, donating the balance to struggles or a better society.
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