Campaigners report positive reactions
 Baw Baw News   Narracan 2014  

By // 11:35, Saturday 29 November 2014

Campaigners for the three major parties in Warragul have reported positive responses from voters at today’s state election.

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Above: Labor campaigner, Liberal campaigner Bill Keddie and Greens campaigners Charlotte Maybery-Reupert and Caitlin Irwin. Photo: William PJ Kulich.


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Greens campaigner Charlotte Maybery-Reupert said the response to her party in the largely conservative seat of Narracan had been good.

“We haven’t had any verbal abuse, which is nice in a Liberal seat,” she told the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen.

“Everyone’s been pretty accepting and tolerant of it all, this is both of our (her and fellow campaigner Caitlin Irwin) second time handing out how-to-vote cards so it’s been a nice experience meeting everyone.”

The Liberal Party’s Bill Keddie, who has already put over 40 hours into the campaign for Gary Blackwood’s re-election, said the voters’ response to his how-to-votes had been “very positive.”

“No problems in this area,” he said.

A Labor campaigner said “people have been nice and courteous and so have other people been handing out.”

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