Posted by Vote Climate One Team on October 11, 2022 7:22 am
GREEN LIGHT CANDIDATES
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
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
Red light candidates are a dangerous choice if Australians want real action on the climate emergency. Number these after the green and orange candidates.
Dandenong & South-Eastern Metropolitan Region Voting Guide
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 here 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
Our How-to-Vote Guide lists candidates running for both the electorate of Dandenong (Lower House). In addition, it details voting instructions for the South-Eastern Metropolitan Region (Upper House); all printable onto A4 paper.
Research candidates and parties
Download, then print the guide and sample Upper House ballot paper at home
Record your choices
Take it with you to the polling booth
South-Eastern Metropolitan Region (Upper House)
Dandenong falls within the South-Eastern Metropolitan Region in regard to voting in the upper house (The Legislative Council) for Victoria.
Above the line voting in Victoria means you run the risk of supporting back room preference deals which will not help elect candidates committed to climate action. Read more...
If you intend to VOTE ABOVE THE LINE
- Enter the numeral 1 in only one box on the Upper House ballot paper
- Do not number any other boxes
- See our recommendation for which box to mark with the numeral 1 in the guide. We have selected the party which has distributed its preferences to best favour climate action
BELOW THE LINE VOTING (Strongly Recommended)
- Number Green Light candidates (party and independent) first in your order of preference
- Number Orange Light candidates next
- Number Red Light candidates last or do not number them at all. We can help you rank them HERE.
Our Traffic Light advice immediately below is only applicable to voting below the line.
GREEN LIGHT OPTIONS
Green light parties have been rigorously assessed as absolutely committed to real action on the climate emergency. Number these first when you vote below the line.
ORANGE LIGHT OPTIONS
Orange light parties are preferable to red but have some question marks over their climate policy or party voting record. When you vote below the line number them after the green light candidates.
RED LIGHT OPTIONS
Red light parties are a dangerous choice if you 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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