You can stop union bosses from ‘buying’ the next election.

You can stop union bosses from ‘buying’ the next election.

We all know that if Labor wins the next election, Australia will be run by union bosses.

In fact, union bosses are already boasting to the media about the size of their election campaign war chest.

Make no mistake, they will use these funds for one purpose only, to ensure that Bill Shorten – a former union boss – becomes Prime Minister.

Australia cannot afford a union-controlled government.

But you can help even the playing field by donating today to ensure the Liberal Party campaign has the funds needed to stand up to union-funded attacks.

Every donation helps and will make a difference.

So please give your best gift today so we can stop the union bosses ‘buying’ the election.

Thanks for your support.

Tony Abbott

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