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Democracy in action Western Australia style.

The next state election is on Saturday, 11 March 2017
The election is on 11 March.

On 8:30 am Thursday morning here in the Freo area it's cool with plenty of rain coming down. Campaigning is well underway for a state election on 11 March. There are more monkeys than bananas with some of the ideas which candidates have projected to the voters so far. Labor lost me a while back when their obsequious leader publicly vowed to cancel the long-planned Roe 8 highway extension in support of a small but ardent minority of protestors. The state Liberals on the other hand have vowed to complete the Roe 8 infrastructure, and to emphasize the point much of the route which runs between Bibra and North Lakes has already been cleared in readiness for the main road works to commence.
Wikipedia has an informative page explaining the 2017 state election at,_2017 For anyone not registered to vote in the democratic process they should know that the electoral rolls close off today. The next few weeks are going to be pretty interesting. Zzzzzz!

Paul R. Weaver.

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