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Here's how you can vote 1 for the right candidate/s in your electorate using Queensland's Optional Preferential Voting (OPV) System

To find out how Queensland's OPV System works

 

 

IMPORTANT! Please CLICK HERE to visit our ‘Vote 1 Independent’ website to find out who your best local candidate is for Queensland’s 2015 State Election.

Why vote 1 for the Greens & Independents in  Qld?
 

The Queensland Greens have announced their support for both a State-Wide Daylight Saving trial & a referendum  CLICK HERE
 

Queensland independent MPs have teamed up and voted in favour
of Regional Daylight Saving bills - LNP & Labor always block them
 

As a Queenslander, here are Four Ways You Can Vote for your best local candidate who supports Daylight Saving in Queensland. This is under the state’s OPV System on the white ballot paper you'll be provided at your local polling booth:

· For those who like preferencing and will be lucky enough to have both a QLD Greens & Independent candidate to vote for:

This is how to have your say in support of your best local candidate who backs Daylight Saving the way you’d like it (Greens if you’d like it state-wide or Independent if you’d prefer Regional Daylight Saving), your 2nd best local candidate (either Greens or Independent), and lastly the major party you’d prefer to see govern our state:

Vote #1 for your best local candidate who backs Daylight Saving being dealt with your preferred way.

Vote #2 for your 2nd best local candidate who does back a QLD Daylight Saving proposal, just one that’s not as pleasing as the one your best local candidate is offering – Again they’ll either be from the QLD Greens or an Independent

Vote #3 for the major party candidate of your choice.

· For those who like preferencing and will have either a QLD Greens candidate or an Independent candidate (not both) to vote 1 for:

Vote #1 for your best local candidate you’ll have who will either be from the QLD Greens or and Independent candidate.

Vote #2 for the major party candidate of your choice.

· Wish to Improve Chances of a Balance-of-Power?

If you’re still not happy enough to even be bothered with voting for a major party candidate and would more so favour increasing the chances of a balance-of-power election outcome, then simply vote this way:

Vote #1 for your best local candidate who backs Daylight Saving the way you’d like it – They’ll either be from the QLD Greens or an Independent candidate

Vote #2 for your 2nd best local candidate (if applicable) who does back a QLD Daylight Saving proposal, just one that’s not as pleasing as the one your best local candidate is offering – Again they’ll either be from the QLD Greens or an Independent

Vote #3 for an alternate minor party

Vote #4 for a major party candidate (if you really must)


· For those who would normally just vote #1

For those who are not satisfied with either one of Queensland’s 2 major parties, or for that matter the alternate non-daylight saving minor parties, simply vote this way:

Vote #1 for your best local candidate who backs Daylight Saving the way you’d like it – They’ll either be from the QLD Greens or an Independent candidate

Vote #2 for your 2nd best local candidate who does back a QLD Daylight Saving proposal, just one that’s not as pleasing as the one your best local candidate is offering – Again they too will either be from the QLD Greens or an Independent

Note: If you don’t have both an Independent plus also a QLD Greens candidate running in your electorate, then simply vote 1 for which ever one of these 2 if applicable – It’s bad luck if neither one exists on your ballot paper

After making your choice from the above mentioned options simply drop the ballot paper in the box provided before you leave.

It's that simple!

These options will allow you to help send a clear message to all major and minor parties that Daylight Saving in Queensland is an issue for our state, and the need for a dual-time arrangement must be considered if it can’t be done state-wide.


Below you can see what a ballot paper looks like.
 


 

 

 



 
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