Your gift to take on the far-left activists

Your gift to take on the far-left activists

Far-left activist group GetUp is amassing a $10 million campaign war chest to buy the outcome of the federal election.

That’s why I’m asking for your support to help reach a crucial $227,000 target to take on the left-wing activists.

We cannot afford to let GetUp buy our democracy.

Make no mistake, GetUp’s far-left candidates will fight for GetUp policies like:

  • weaker borders meaning more deaths at sea
  • expensive and unreliable renewable energy targets that will leave the lights off and cripple our economy
  • more political correctness using the politics of identity and race to divide Australians

Hitting this crucial $227,000 target will put our local campaign in Warringah in the strongest position possible to take on these far-left wing activists.

So please give your best gift today so that together we can stop these activists dragging Australia to the far-left.

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Contributions are tax deductible.

Donations by individuals to registered political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year are tax deductible.

You can donate online now, or alternatively, if you'd like to make a donation with a cheque, please email info@battlelines.com.au or call (02) 8417 1092.

Amounts received by the Liberal Party Federal Secretariat of more than $13,800 in the 2018-19 financial year will be subject to disclosure under the provisions of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.

The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 prohibits the knowing receipt of donations from foreign donors. Foreign donors include:

  • a foreign public enterprise;
  • an entity (whether or not incorporated) that does not meet any of the following conditions:
    • the entity is incorporated in Australia;
    • the entity’s head office is in Australia;
    • the entity’s principal place of activity is, or is in, Australia;
  • an individual who is none of the following:
    • an elector;
    • an Australian citizen;
    • an Australian resident;
    • a New Zealand citizen who holds a Subclass 444 (Special Category) visa under the Migration Act 1958 (or if that Subclass ceases to exist, the kind of visa that replaces that Subclass)