- Volunteer to be an APP candidate for your local council
- Volunteer to help APP candidates with leafleting and polling stations
The upcoming NSW local government elections will take place on Saturday, 8th September 2012. There will be 150 councils holding elections across the state.
This is the first time the Australian Protectionist Party will contest an election under the party banner so it’s naturally an exciting time for the party and its members. The APP is looking for Candidates to stand up for our local communities and battle the treasonous political establishment. The timing has never been better for patriotic APP Candidates to contest elections especially considering both the Labor and Green political parties are on the nose with the voters for good reason.
The primary policies of the Australian Protectionist Party portray a political party dedicated to putting the national interest first. The same applies on a local level where we believe local issues should take precedence over the constant meddling and left wing advocacy perpetrated by out-of-touch Mayors and Councillors. Councils need to get back to basics by putting local issues first and forget the constant meddling in areas that have nothing to do with local government.
APP candidates contesting their municipality are given a degree of autonomy to formulate local polices that benefit the local community. For too long representatives on all levels of government have ignored the concerns of their constituents. In many cases the voters have been just as guilty by rewarding treason and dishonesty at the ballot box. We want to provide a decent alternative for voters.
Many NSW Councils have been corrupted by the madness and lies of climate change supposedly caused by human activity (which is only a theory, upon which much doubt has now been cast). Green and Labor governed Councils have been at the forefront of spreading misinformation on the hoax of human-induced climate change. This type of intellectual garbage and other forms of left wing propaganda do not belong in local policies and should be challenged for removal.
Times are tough for local residents and their families, due to difficult economic times created by poor policies implemented by federal and state governments. Local governments have also made life more difficult with excessive parking fines, lack of childcare facilities, and policies that are irrelevant to local government (but which they spend local ratepayers money on), as well as bureaucratic red tape and charges for struggling businesses.
If you are able to volunteer your time before local government elections or on Election Day please contact Nick Folkes [contact details below]. Donations are also welcome and are tax deductible.
Electoral Commission nominations open on Monday, 30th July and close on 8th August 2012. For those wishing to become a candidate please contact Nick Folkes on 0417 679 972 or via email email@example.com before the 30th of July 2012.