How to Vote this Election
Vote 1 AMEP in the Senate and as many Minor Parties as you can.
The rules have changed around voting to stop Minor Parties. Preferences are now done on the ballot paper by you, the voter. The more Minor Parties you preference, the more power to you.
See below a list of Minor Parties that we have worked with before or who are supportive of motoring issues.
Minor Parties give an independent voice to the Senate. The Senate is House of Review to keep the Government of the Day honest. It should never be a rubber stamp.
Every State or Territory is different, here is a link to the Parties who are running this Election.
http://www.aec.gov.au/election/candidates.htm - Select Senate Candidates & State
Other Minor Parties we have worked with or parties who have agreed to work with us in the future around motoring issues are:
Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)
Shooters, Fishers & Farmers Party (SFF)
Sustainable Australia Party
Renewable Energy Party
Farmers & Manufacturing Party (John Madigan) - Victoria
Glenn Lazarus Team - Queensland
Jacqui Lambie Network - Tasmania
Christian Democrats - New South Wales
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
On the smaller green ballot paper we suggest you put Independents first and the Greens and Major parties last, to send a strong message. The way the system works, your vote will still go to the Major Parties when the Independent or Minor Parties are excluded, so why not use your vote to send a message and save taxpayers paying $2.62 per vote in electoral funding to the Majors or the Greens.
Here are some stand out Independents that we have worked with or who have similar issues.
Mark Aldridge (South Australia - Makin)
David Fishlock - Outdoor Recreation Party (Western Australia - Forrest)
AMEP is the only Political Party in Australia representing Motoring Enthusiasts. $20 a year is a small price to pay to protect your rights...
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