Lindsay

Posted by Vote Climate One Team on January 08, 2022 10:45 pm

1. Research the options

Click on a candidate or party name to find out more information about them. We have included web site links and additional information about our Green Light parties and candidates.

The information below shows candidates and parties grouped first by traffic light, then listed in alphabetical order.

We are party neutral. Positioning in the list does not infer any candidate or party is superior or inferior to another within each group.

2. Record your choices

The How-to-Vote guide lists candidates running for both the division of Lindsay in the House of Representatives, and in the Senate New South Wales printable onto one A4 page.

  • Print the guide at home
  • Research candidates and parties
  • Record your choices
  • Take it with you to the polling booth
  • We have used official data obtained from the AEC for these guides. Best-guess estimates may occasionally be inserted where AEC data is lacking. We will do our best to update information where possible.

    Lindsay Candidate Assessments

    GREEN LIGHT CANDIDATES
    MORSSINK, Pieter
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    MORSSINK, Pieter
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    Green light candidates have been rigorously assessed as absolutely committed to real action on the climate emergency. Number these first when you vote.
    ORANGE LIGHT CANDIDATE
    ROSS, Trevor
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    Orange light candidates are preferable to red but have some question marks over their climate policy or party voting record. When you vote, number them after the green light candidates.
    RED LIGHT CANDIDATES
    JAGO, Max
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    MCCLURE, Gareth
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    MCINTOSH, Melissa
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Incumbent
    O'CONNOR, Joseph
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    RAY, Rebekah
    2022-04-24 04:31:30
    Running
    Red light candidates are a dangerous choice if Australians want real action on the climate emergency. Number these after the green and orange candidates.
    Assessed: 8/8

    We recommend voting for individual candidates rather than parties in the House of Representatives. Click here to find out more about the role of the House of Representatives in Australia.

     

    Senate New South Wales Party Assessments

    In the senate we recommend you simplify the voting process by voting “Above the Line”. When you vote “Above the Line” you will number parties rather than candidates on your ballot paper. Click here to find out more about the role of the Senate and seat distribution.

    GREEN LIGHT PARTIES
    Sitting Member
    Running
    Green light parties have been rigorously assessed as absolutely committed to real action on the climate emergency. Number these first when you vote.
    ORANGE LIGHT PARTIES
    Sitting Member
    Running
    Orange light parties are preferable to red but have some question marks over their climate policy or voting record. When you vote, number them after the green light parties.
    RED LIGHT PARTIES
    Sitting Member
    Running
    Red light parties are a dangerous choice if Australians want real action on the climate emergency. Number these after the green and orange parties. Alternatively you can choose to not number them at all.
     

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