Date: 10/14/2007 6:51:10 PM
Subject: ## URGENT## URGENT ## Family First needs your help
The election has been called for 24th November, and Family First is the only party that can stop The Greens from holding the balance of power.
FAMILY FIRST or The Greens?
There is a strong possibility that The Greens will hold the balance of power in Federal Parliament following the upcoming Federal Election.
Green's policies include:
The decriminalisation of the use of some illicit drugs, marriage for same sex couples and the legalisation of euthanasia.
The Greens may win seven Senate Seats at the next Federal election. This is because the electoral system requires six Senators to be elected from each state.
Historically, Liberal and Labor share five Senators between them, and the one remaining seat from each State has been won by the Democrats. However political commentators are predicting the Democrats will not win any Senate Seats this election. This means The Greens could get seven Senators elected and, if so, will control the Federal Parliament.
The result would give The Greens nine Senators in the new Parliament and the Government, whether Liberal or Labor, would be forced to comply with The Greens' wishes on many issues.
Help us at the Polling Booths
We are beginning to assign helpers to polling booths to hand out How-to-Vote cards. If we have people handing out FAMILY FIRST voting cards at the polling booths research suggests we can increase our vote by up to 2% at each polling booth.
We need your help.
We need volunteers who are willing to stand on a polling booth for a few hours on election day to hand out How-To-Vote Cards for Family First. We need to get 2500 volunteers across the State and desperately need your help. The polling booth is open from 8am to 6pm. If you are available anytime on the 24th November, can you please email back the following details:
Preferred Polling Booth/Suburb:
Best time to be on the booth:
Or you can contact our Family First office number on 0405 795 682.
Thank you for your help .
National Chairman Family First