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Could a party promoting pot, porn or prostitution win a WA Senate seat?
Friday, March 28, 2014


“Some party voting tickets for the 5 April WA Senate election are a worry,” FamilyVoice WA state officer David Lowe said today.

“Labor’s preference flows are particularly disturbing. They have favoured the Sex Party headed by Canberra’s brothel and porn shop advocate Fiona Patten and the (Legal Marijuana) HEMP Party, led by James Moylan of Nimbin in northern NSW, in their top six groups. By contrast, WA Labor has put the Christian-based Rise Up Australia Party, headed by Geraldton nurse Jane Foreman, last.”

David Lowe said Labor’s first preference is the Secular Party, which seeks to abolish Christian schools and school chaplains and remove government support for churches and church charities.

He said voters should check the party voting tickets before they head for the polling booth. “If you’re not happy with the preference flows of your favoured party, don’t vote ‘1’ above the line – number the 77 candidates in the order you prefer, below the line. It may take time, but it’s worth it!” David Lowe said.

FamilyVoice is surveying all candidates who have supplied email addresses, on issues relating to family, faith and freedom. “Our survey will provide extra information to help voters determine how to number their preferences on 5 April,” David Lowe said. “We already have some party and candidate responses and hope to have more soon.”

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