Conservatives name lead Victorian Senate candidate: Kevin Bailey

June 01, 2018

Conservatives leader Senator Cory Bernardi today announced that Kevin Bailey will lead the party’s
Victorian Senate ticket.

“The people of Victoria now have a clear, principled, conservative alternative. I’m delighted that
someone of Kevin’s calibre has put his hand up to give the conservative voters of Victoria a voice,”
Senator Bernardi said.

Mr Bailey is a distinguished Melbourne businessman, philanthropist and former SAS soldier and diplomat
who was last year appointed a Member of the Order of Australia.

For 10 years he was the author of the popular Your Money column in Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper.

Mr Bailey said the Conservative Party offers a conservative alternative to policies which have brought
us skyrocketing debt, soaring electricity costs, gender bending programs in schools and stifling political

"We need champions who will stand for freedom and truth. Victoria needs senators who will make the
case for conservative principles that are moral and fair. We need a future where every individual is
respected for their character and not their identity group,” Mr Bailey said.

“There are very clear threats to our beliefs, to our freedoms and to our way of life. The major parties
have been asleep at the wheel and our country is suffering as a result. There needs to be a crossbench
in the Senate which is credible, principled and consistent. Only the Conservative Party provides that
opportunity,” Mr Bailey said.

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