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Tag Archives | 2021 COUNCIL ELECTIONS


Voter frustration over lack of candidate information at pre-poll

Warren Morrison with Aboriginal elder Uncle Ivan Wellington at the Ingleburn pre-poll centre. There’s a positive vibe about how the Totally Locally Committed party will perform at the Campbelltown Council elections, says lead candidate Warren Morrison. Speaking to the Voice a few minutes ago, Mr Morrison said TLC was doing particularly well in Ingleburn. “Really… Read more »


Why Warren Morrison helps the people get what they want

The kids of the future, says Campbelltown councillor Warren Morrison, need to know the history and the stories of the past. “That’s my motto,’’ says the leader of Totally Locally Committed at this Saturday’s council elections. But Warren Morrison didn’t just talk about the importance of history in Campbelltown over the past five years –… Read more »


Keep revitalised economy in strong hands: Liverpool mayoral candidate

Liverpool’s economy has bounced back stronger following the lockdowns. Figures from national economic modelling tool,, show an increase in Gross Regional Product from $11 billion in 2019 to $13.03 billion in 2020. Liverpool Council’s resilience packages for local businesses has helped many local businesses stay afloat. The number of local businesses in the council… Read more »


Glen Alpine pre-poll centre closed after Covid-19 infection

The NSW Electoral Commission has confirmed that the pre-poll centre inside the Glen Alpine community hall was shut down after an unidentified person tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. “There has been a positive coronavirus case at the Glen Alpine pre-poll venue located in Heritage Way,” the Commission said in reply to questions from the… Read more »


Why voters are turning to independents at elections

Former Campbelltown mayor PAUL HAWKER says in this opinion piece there’s good reasons independents are on the rise in all forms of government in Australia and voters are turning to them: Over the past several years Australians have become despondent with the behaviour and policies of our major political parties, resulting in the rise of… Read more »


Government slammed over 100m rule for how to vote leaflets

The NSW Government has been accused of using the pandemic to compromise the democratic right of voters to make educated and informed decisions at the December 4 council elections. The NSW Government has introduced a number of provisions which it claims are to ensure the safety of voters, candidates, staff and volunteers from the threat of… Read more »


Campbelltown chamber: we’re not endorsing the mayor for re-election

The Campbelltown chamber of commerce has been embroiled in a council election controversy, and is even accused by some of endorsing one of the candidates. But recently elected president Carlene Cardona (pictured at right) has assured the South West Voice that there’s nothing to the story. But let’s start from the beginning, which is when… Read more »

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