A moving Conservative experience

May 16, 2019

The Australian Conservatives are employing an Australia first use of technology for a political party to send a moving digital how-to-vote card to hundreds of thousands of South Australian voters this morning.

We encourage voters to take the MMS message in to polling booths with them to assist with their vote. 

Just like family businesses that adopt new technologies to improve customer convenience, efficiency and move with the times, the Australian Conservatives are embracing a technological equivalent of handing a how-to-vote card to voters on Saturday.

This complements our dedicated grassroots unpaid volunteer effort on booths at pre-poll and Saturday all over our great state.

We urge South Australians to use their Senate vote to stand up for South Australia. Their vote in the Senate has no bearing on whether Scott Morrison or Bill Shorten becomes prime minister. 

A vote on the white Senate ballot paper decides who will represent South Australia in the Senate. A vote for a major party on the Senate ballot paper will only see their votes fall into line with the eastern states dominated major parties.

The River Murray is the clearest example of the dangers of letting a major party dictate River policy for the duration of the Basin Plan. 

With the moving GIF in the MMS you could say we are quite animated about this initiative. 

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