Federal Election

Our goal is to build a bloc of 20% of voters to hold the balance of power in both houses in Canberra.

Twenty percent is all it takes to change the culture in politics. We don’t need to win 51% of the vote. We only need 20% of Australians who want to fix politics and will commit to voting strategically this time to do it.

Even if you normally vote Liberal and Labor, we urge you to make a once-in-a-lifetime change. This time, use your vote strategically to get a broader range of people and occupations into parliament and change the way politics works. Fix the fundamentals, then you can go back to voting Labor and Liberal if you like.  

In the House of Representatives, 20% will deliver new MPs in traditionally ‘safe’ electorates – in rural and regional areas at the expense of the Nationals, in outer suburban areas at the expense of Labor, and in affluent inner-city areas at the expense of the Liberals.

We have prioritised 54 House of Representatives seats that are winnable with a bloc of 20% of voters. If you live in these 54 electorates, we want to hear from you today.

We’ve listed these 54 electorates below.

We can’t do this on our own. We will need to work with Independents and other minor parties, across the spectrum. Parties on the Right and Left can’t do this, because they are stuck in their outside lanes. But we are in the centre lane, and we can collaborate with people on either side of us, across the spectrum, who want constructive change.

Regional and Rural

There are 21 seats in rural and regional areas that can be won in the federal election. These are electorates where the incumbent party (usually National but sometimes Liberal or Labor) can be held below 50% while the other major party can be pushed below 20%. If the combined vote of our candidate, Independents, and other minor parties exceeds 25% (with a good exchange of preferences), the seat is won.

These are the seats. If you live in one of these, register to participate today. 

Riverina NSWFarrer NSW   Richmond NSW
Mallee VIC   Nicholls VICWide Bay QLD
Fairfax QLDGrey SABarker SA
Forrest WALyons TASHume NSW
Cowper NSWWright QLD   Fisher QLD
Wannon VICMonash VIC   Lyne NSW
Shortland NSWHunter NSWGippsland VIC   

Outer Suburbs

There are 21 seats in outer suburban areas that can be won in the federal election. These are electorates where the incumbent party (Labor or Liberal) can be held below 50% while the other major party can be pushed below 20%. If the combined vote of our candidate, Independents, and other minor parties exceeds 25% (with a good exchange of preferences), the seat can be won.   These are the seats. If you live in one of these, register to participate today.

Fadden QLDSpence SAGorton VIC
Lalor VICCorio VICMitchell NSW
Fowler NSWCunningham NSWPearce WA
Blair QLDOxley QLDMoreton QLD
Holt VIC   Hotham VICIsaacs VIC
Whitlam NSWFlinders VICAston VIC
Ryan QLDJagajaga VICFranklin TAS

Inner Suburbs

There are 12 seats in inner suburban areas that can be won in the federal election. These are electorates where the incumbent party (usually Liberal but sometimes Labor) can be held below 50% while the other major party can be pushed below 20%. If the combined vote of our candidate, Independents, and other minor parties exceeds 25% (with a good exchange of preferences), the seat is won.   These are the seats. If you live in one of these, register to participate today.

North Sydney NSWWentworth NSWMackellar NSW
McNamara VICHiggins VICCurtin WA
Tangney WABrisbane QLDGriffith QLD
Cooper VICGoldstein VICNewcastle NSW

To express an interest in standing as a candidate, please complete this expression of interest Federal Election Candidates.

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