[Pictured a shark called Jeremy bears down on the wreck of the SS Seselja]
Last night Labor’s Mark Kulasingham (Molonglo) took a swing at our candidate challenge for the 2012 election.
Having gotten in at the donor stage Mark nominated Digress in Civic and we had a star studded audience of Labor luminaries filling out the audience, perhaps drawn in by the promise of a bar tab.
Mark’s priorities included: Community, Sustainable new developments, Park and ride, the Walk-in Centre at the hospital, Free wifi, a shark called Jeremy bearing down on the wreck of the SS Seselja, Green spaces in Civic, Bike racks, outdoor dining, very large ice creams, Inclusion of senior citizens, bollards for buildings, schools, cemeteries, a hollow liberal party HQ, and a really big megaphone.
But don’t take my word for it, he explains all in the video.
The next one is tonight! The Charnwood Labor Club is hosting Yvette Berry (Labor from Ginninderra) and we’ve been promised a function list for non members who’d like to come and have a look.
(Candidates who haven’t slotted themselves in are advised that there will be no candidate challenges after 28 September so they better get in quick, email firstname.lastname@example.org )
Here’s our nifty calendar: