How to vote Greens in Gilmore

How to vote Greens in Gilmore

How to Vote Greens in the Senate

How to Vote Greens in the Senate

How to vote Greens across the state

How to vote Greens across the state
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Results as of Sunday morning

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What The Greens in parliament achieved in 2015 and why you should vote for them in 2016

Meet Carmel McCallum, Greens candidate for Gilmore

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Carmel McCallum

Greens: First Sign of Spring

The Gilmore Greens have announced their candidate, Carmel McCallum, for the upcoming federal election.

Carmel is a pharmacist and has been a Greens member since 2004 when she joined The Greens to support Andrew Wilkie in the Sydney seat of Bennelong after the Australian government invaded Iraq based on the weapons of mass destruction deception.

Carmel moved to the Shoalhaven area in 1978, to reside first in Vincentia and, later in North Nowra and Cambewarra.  She is married to Howard, who served in the Navy as a helicopter pilot and they have four grown-up children. Howard’s naval postings took them to California in 1985-87, where one of their children was born, and then to the RAAF Headquarters in Glenbrook in the Blue Mountains in 1993 where they lived for almost 20 years. The McCallums returned to Cambewarra in 2012.

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Continue reading Meet Carmel McCallum, Greens candidate for Gilmore

  • Budget 2016

Break Free 2016 – Clean and Green Future

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Budget 2016


Vale Dr. John Kaye

Gilmore Greens express their condolences on the death of Dr. John Kaye, Greens MLC in NSW Parliament since 2007.

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Dr. John Kaye on right, campaigning at Bomaderry TAFE during the 2015 State Election

Greens propose phasing out the Capital Gains Tax Discount

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Carmel out and about – Infrastructure and Jobs

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Carmel with Terry Barratt on the occasion of Malcolm Turnbull’s back door visit to the Liberal Gilmore Fundraiser at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.

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The unemployment problem continues to be a major issue in Gilmore.

On Monday Unions Shoalhaven met with the Greens candidate, Carmel McCallum, to discuss jobs and strategies to address the issue. A very productive meeting and exchange of ideas.

Click here for Carmel’s media release following the meeting.