How-To-Vote

Anthony van der Craats

Independent ungrouped Candidate

Please vote below the line and number every candidate in the order below. – Thanks
 

Fill in Ballot –>
8
FOSTER, Richard
9
D’CRUZ, Emily Lee
10
RUBBO, Mark Dattilo
11
SYME, Wendy
12
EDWARDS, Jason
13
MAYNE, Stephen
14
ANDERSON, Michele
3
DOWNING, Luke S.
Next Step –>
2
CRAGG, David
7
CHAMBERLIN, Kevin
6
DUTTA, Roshena
5
PARISI, Nick
Followed by –>
4
MACDONALD, Alex
15
RAHAMAN, Azeezur
16
FISCHL, Leesa
17
ANDERSON, Gerard
18
NORRIS, Maree
19
OKE, Cathy
20
LEPPERT, Rohan
21
RHODES, Lachlan
22
PODESTA, Jennifer
23
THIEL, Philip
24
LOUEY, Kevin
25
WOOD, Arron
26
PINDER-MORTIMER, Beverley
27
JETTER, Carl
28
SHEN, Harvard
29
SWEETMAN, Fiona
30
WEI, Hope
31
WATTS, Jackie
32
KENNEDY, Michael
33
KINSELLA, Marie
34
O’BRIEN, Sue
35
ONG, Ken
36
PAGANO, Carlo
37
HEWITT, Sally
38
SMITH, Leona
39
VISA, Moti
40
LOH, David
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1
van der CRAATS, Anthony

Lord Mayor: How-To-Vote

For Melbourne City Council – 9 City wide Councillors How-to-vote click here  

Below is our recommendation on How to Vote for the Lord Mayor – “Leadership Team” ballot.


Brian Shanahan


Judy Katz

2 FORWARD TOGETHER

  RANKIN, Keith   Lord Mayor

  HAN, Grace   Deputy Lord Mayor

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1

SHANAHAN CHAMBERLIN FOR MELBOURNE


  SHANAHAN, Brian   Lord Mayor

  KATZ, Judy   Deputy Lord Mayor
3 TEAM DOYLE

  DOYLE, Robert   Lord Mayor

  RILEY, Susan   Deputy Lord Mayor
4 MORGAN ELLIOTT – PROSPERITY FOR LIVEABILITY

  MORGAN, Gary   Lord Mayor

  ELLIOTT, John D.   Deputy Lord Mayor
5 OUR MELBOURNE

  NOLTE, David   Lord Mayor

  PAGLIANITI, Connie   Deputy Lord Mayor
Finish here –> 9 THE GREENS

  PARKES, Alison   Lord Mayor

  COLLIS, David   Deputy Lord Mayor
8 GARY SINGER – JOHN SO MELBOURNE LIVING

  SINGER, Gary   Lord Mayor

  SO, John   Deputy Lord Mayor
7 COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

  AHMED, Berhan   Lord Mayor

  LU, Sunny   Deputy Lord Mayor
6 PUT PUBLIC FIRST

  TOSCANO, Joseph   Lord Mayor

  ELY, Jean   Deputy Lord Mayor

How-To-Vote

Anthony van der Craats

Independent ungrouped Candidate

Please vote below the line and number every candidate in the order below. – Thanks
 

Fill in Ballot –>
8
FOSTER, Richard
9
D’CRUZ, Emily Lee
10
RUBBO, Mark Dattilo
11
SYME, Wendy
12
EDWARDS, Jason
13
MAYNE, Stephen
14
ANDERSON, Michele
3
DOWNING, Luke S.
Next Step –>
2
CRAGG, David
7
CHAMBERLIN, Kevin
6
DUTTA, Roshena
5
PARISI, Nick
Followed by –>
4
MACDONALD, Alex
15
RAHAMAN, Azeezur
16
FISCHL, Leesa
17
ANDERSON, Gerard
18
NORRIS, Maree
19
OKE, Cathy
20
LEPPERT, Rohan
21
RHODES, Lachlan
22
PODESTA, Jennifer
23
THIEL, Philip
24
LOUEY, Kevin
25
WOOD, Arron
26
PINDER-MORTIMER, Beverley
27
JETTER, Carl
28
SHEN, Harvard
29
SWEETMAN, Fiona
30
WEI, Hope
31
WATTS, Jackie
32
KENNEDY, Michael
33
KINSELLA, Marie
34
O’BRIEN, Sue
35
ONG, Ken
36
PAGANO, Carlo
37
HEWITT, Sally
38
SMITH, Leona
39
VISA, Moti
40
LOH, David
Start Here–>
1
van der CRAATS, Anthony

Lord Mayor: How-To-Vote

For Melbourne City Council – 9 City wide Councillors How-to-vote click here  

Below is our recommendation on How to Vote for the Lord Mayor – “Leadership Team” ballot.


Brian Shanahan


Judy Katz

2 FORWARD TOGETHER

  RANKIN, Keith   Lord Mayor

  HAN, Grace   Deputy Lord Mayor

Start Here –>

1

SHANAHAN CHAMBERLIN FOR MELBOURNE


  SHANAHAN, Brian   Lord Mayor

  KATZ, Judy   Deputy Lord Mayor
3 TEAM DOYLE

  DOYLE, Robert   Lord Mayor

  RILEY, Susan   Deputy Lord Mayor
4 MORGAN ELLIOTT – PROSPERITY FOR LIVEABILITY

  MORGAN, Gary   Lord Mayor

  ELLIOTT, John D.   Deputy Lord Mayor
5 OUR MELBOURNE

  NOLTE, David   Lord Mayor

  PAGLIANITI, Connie   Deputy Lord Mayor
Finish here –> 9 THE GREENS

  PARKES, Alison   Lord Mayor

  COLLIS, David   Deputy Lord Mayor
8 GARY SINGER – JOHN SO MELBOURNE LIVING

  SINGER, Gary   Lord Mayor

  SO, John   Deputy Lord Mayor
7 COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

  AHMED, Berhan   Lord Mayor

  LU, Sunny   Deputy Lord Mayor
6 PUT PUBLIC FIRST

  TOSCANO, Joseph   Lord Mayor

  ELY, Jean   Deputy Lord Mayor

Ballot Me: Voting Begins in Earnest

The Victorian Electoral Commission begins posting ballot papers out today.  Ballot papers will be posted in three lots over the next three days with ballot papers to the housing estates delivered by hand. from past experiences many of the ballot papers delivered to the Housing Estatesare discarded or left lying around or open to misuse and abuse by those seeking to manipulate the vote by questionable means. (This is a problem with postal ballots in that there is no check or balance to ensure that the vote is sent in from the voters as intended.)

Most voters will send in their return vote within a day of receiving their ballot papers, others will wait until the last week. Their also is a large number of votes that arrive late.  Neighbouring municipalities are holding an attendance vote on Saturday October 27.  This creates a lot of confusion as the Melbourne ballot ends the day before. Voters who are use to voting on a Saturday and hear reports of other municipalities voting on the Saturday are caught out and their votes are discarded.  If they fail to return their vote they are subject to a fine.

This makes it some what limiting for the local communities that hold a town hall style meet the candidates meetings next week when many voters have already cast their ballot.

Our suggestion is to vote early.  Votes can be dropped off at the Town Hall or sent back via the return paid envelope.  Please remember to place your ballot in the inner envelope and sign the outer detachable flap.

More information on how-to-vote

Ballot Me: Voting Begins in Earnest

The Victorian Electoral Commission begins posting ballot papers out today.  Ballot papers will be posted in three lots over the next three days with ballot papers to the housing estates delivered by hand. from past experiences many of the ballot papers delivered to the Housing Estatesare discarded or left lying around or open to misuse and abuse by those seeking to manipulate the vote by questionable means. (This is a problem with postal ballots in that there is no check or balance to ensure that the vote is sent in from the voters as intended.)

Most voters will send in their return vote within a day of receiving their ballot papers, others will wait until the last week. Their also is a large number of votes that arrive late.  Neighbouring municipalities are holding an attendance vote on Saturday October 27.  This creates a lot of confusion as the Melbourne ballot ends the day before. Voters who are use to voting on a Saturday and hear reports of other municipalities voting on the Saturday are caught out and their votes are discarded.  If they fail to return their vote they are subject to a fine.

This makes it some what limiting for the local communities that hold a town hall style meet the candidates meetings next week when many voters have already cast their ballot.

Our suggestion is to vote early.  Votes can be dropped off at the Town Hall or sent back via the return paid envelope.  Please remember to place your ballot in the inner envelope and sign the outer detachable flap.

More information on how-to-vote

Ballot Me: Voting Begins in Earnest

The Victorian Electoral Commission begins posting ballot papers out today.  Ballot papers will be posted in three lots over the next three days with ballot papers to the housing estates delivered by hand. from past experiences many of the ballot papers delivered to the Housing Estatesare discarded or left lying around or open to misuse and abuse by those seeking to manipulate the vote by questionable means. (This is a problem with postal ballots in that there is no check or balance to ensure that the vote is sent in from the voters as intended.)

Most voters will send in their return vote within a day of receiving their ballot papers, others will wait until the last week. Their also is a large number of votes that arrive late.  Neighbouring municipalities are holding an attendance vote on Saturday October 27.  This creates a lot of confusion as the Melbourne ballot ends the day before. Voters who are use to voting on a Saturday and hear reports of other municipalities voting on the Saturday are caught out and their votes are discarded.  If they fail to return their vote they are subject to a fine.

This makes it some what limiting for the local communities that hold a town hall style meet the candidates meetings next week when many voters have already cast their ballot.

Our suggestion is to vote early.  Votes can be dropped off at the Town Hall or sent back via the return paid envelope.  Please remember to place your ballot in the inner envelope and sign the outer detachable flap.

More information on how-to-vote

Race for the keys to LM001 Limo "How To Vote" Ignoring the registered tickets by Category

The Melbourne Lord Mayor Race 2008

Voters should ignore the recommended group “How to Vote” Preference deal tickets and send a clear message that they think the deals stink.

To assist voters in making their selection we have prepared the following recommendations based on the following Voter Support categories.

(Candidates listed in ballot order)

Reverse Donkey with Doyle Last Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 7
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 6
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 5
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 3
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 2
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 1

Residents Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 3
THE GREENS 5
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 2
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 1
TEAM MELBOURNE 8
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 6
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 4
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 7

Business Investor Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 5
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 4
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 2
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 9
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 8
TEAM MELBOURNE 6
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 7
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 3

Green Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 3
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 1
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 4
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 6
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

ALP Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 6
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 8
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 3
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

Liberal Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 5
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 1
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 8
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 11
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 2

John So Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 2
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 1
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 8
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 9


If voting below the line for the Council (7 positions) we would advocate a first preference for Jane Shelton. Jane has the experience and credentials to be our candidate of choice from a Labor Party perspective. If voting Liberal then we would advocate a vote for Fiona Snedden.

The above preference allocation is a recommendation How to Vote only. Voters should list (1,2,3 etc) in order of their preference the candidates of their choice. Remember you must number every square in order to maximise your vote

Race for the keys to LM001 Limo “How To Vote” Ignoring the registered tickets by Category

The Melbourne Lord Mayor Race 2008

Voters should ignore the recommended group “How to Vote” Preference deal tickets and send a clear message that they think the deals stink.

To assist voters in making their selection we have prepared the following recommendations based on the following Voter Support categories.

(Candidates listed in ballot order)

Reverse Donkey with Doyle Last Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 7
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 6
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 5
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 3
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 2
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 1

Residents Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 3
THE GREENS 5
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 2
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 1
TEAM MELBOURNE 8
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 6
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 4
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 7

Business Investor Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 5
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 4
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 2
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 9
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 8
TEAM MELBOURNE 6
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 7
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 3

Green Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 3
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 1
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 4
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 6
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

ALP Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 6
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 8
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 3
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

Liberal Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 5
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 1
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 8
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 11
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 2

John So Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 2
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 1
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 8
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 9


If voting below the line for the Council (7 positions) we would advocate a first preference for Jane Shelton. Jane has the experience and credentials to be our candidate of choice from a Labor Party perspective. If voting Liberal then we would advocate a vote for Fiona Snedden.

The above preference allocation is a recommendation How to Vote only. Voters should list (1,2,3 etc) in order of their preference the candidates of their choice. Remember you must number every square in order to maximise your vote

Race for the keys to LM001 Limo “How To Vote” Ignoring the registered tickets by Category

The Melbourne Lord Mayor Race 2008

Voters should ignore the recommended group “How to Vote” Preference deal tickets and send a clear message that they think the deals stink.

To assist voters in making their selection we have prepared the following recommendations based on the following Voter Support categories.

(Candidates listed in ballot order)

Reverse Donkey with Doyle Last Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 7
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 6
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 5
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 3
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 2
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 1

Residents Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 10
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 3
THE GREENS 5
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 2
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 1
TEAM MELBOURNE 8
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 6
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 4
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 7

Business Investor Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 5
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 4
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 2
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 9
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 8
TEAM MELBOURNE 6
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 7
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 3

Green Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 3
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 8
THE GREENS 1
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 4
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 6
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

ALP Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 11
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 9
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 6
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 8
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 3
TEAM MELBOURNE 4
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 2
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 1
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 10

Liberal Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 5
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 9
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 1
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 8
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 7
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 11
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 2

John So Voters Preference
ACTIVATE MELBOURNE 4
C MELBOURNE GROW – CATHERINE NG 2
SHIFTING THE BURDEN 11
PASSION FOR MELBOURNE 7
THE GREENS 10
MELBOURNE SUPERCITY. WORLD 5
RESIDENTS EQUITY – AFFORDABLE RESIDENT RATES 6
TEAM MELBOURNE 1
FOWLES A FRESH VISION 8
McMULLIN-WILSON FOR MELBOURNE’S FUTURE 3
MORGAN CLARKE – OUR CITY – YOUR COUNCIL 9


If voting below the line for the Council (7 positions) we would advocate a first preference for Jane Shelton. Jane has the experience and credentials to be our candidate of choice from a Labor Party perspective. If voting Liberal then we would advocate a vote for Fiona Snedden.

The above preference allocation is a recommendation How to Vote only. Voters should list (1,2,3 etc) in order of their preference the candidates of their choice. Remember you must number every square in order to maximise your vote