It's time to push back: Crabtree

March 22, 2019

For too long the Left have been in the political ascendency and with a federal election in May it's highly likely Bill Shorten's left-wing Labor Party will form government in the Lower House of Federal Parliament.

That's why it's more important than ever to vote for your Australian Conservatives candidate in the Senate, so that a brake can be applied to the reckless tax-and-spend policies of Labor and the Greens. 

The only way to ensure that all legislation is put through the Conservatives' common sense policy filter is by having more Conservative Party Senators elected to the Senate.

The Conservative Party is running Senate teams in every Australian state, so whoever you vote for in the Lower House of Parliament (on the green ballot paper) you can put a common sense check on their policies by voting for your Australian Conservatives candidate in the Senate (on the white ballot paper).

Western Australian Senate candidate Jonathan Crabtree has been meeting supporters from around WA and he says he's been inspired by the support and the hunger there is for a common sense change in Canberra.  

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