“FamilyVoice Australia has announced ten questions it will ask candidates in the November elections,” Victorian FamilyVoice state officer Pastor Peter Stevens said today.
“We have been surveying candidates for some years, seeking their views on issues often not canvassed by the mainstream media,” Peter Stevens said. “This year our survey covers areas such as adoption, abortion, sex education, euthanasia, poker machines and equal opportunity laws.
“MPs are often asked to vote on issues like these, but party websites rarely include policies on these topics. Victorians need to know where candidates stand in order to cast an informed vote on 27 November,” Peter Stevens said.
The ten questions, plus background information, are on the FamilyVoice website: http://www.fava.org.au/election-surveys/victoria/
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