Doorknock for Gonski

Gonski_Doorknock.jpgWe have a clear choice on July 2nd between investing in our schools and our children’s future and Malcolm Turnbull’s plan to stop Gonski funding.

You know how important it is to fund our schools properly and we need your help to spread the word and let others know.

This election is make or break for Gonski. We need to do everything we can to make sure voters know what’s at stake.

That is why we need supporters to get involved in our doorknocking in marginal Coalition seats.

The campaign will be targeting the seats which will decide the election on two days – Saturday May 28 and Sunday May 29.

Please see below for details of all locations and how to get involved.

Where the funding is being delivered, people need to hear from local educators and Gonski supporters about the great things that are happening in schools in their area.

They need to know that Gonski funding is delivering extra support for our children, through one-to-one help, smaller classes and extra literacy and numeracy programs.

Where it is not being delivered in full, people need to know the difference it would make for local schools and students.

We would love you to join us in a doorknock if there is a location close to where you live.

Polls show that this election is very tight and every conversation with voters about Gonski can make a difference.

If you’ve never doorknocked before, don’t worry. We’ll give you some training and you will be paired up with another Gonski supporter before you start.

Here is a list of all locations and dates. Click on the link to RSVP

New South Wales

Dobell- 29 May - Hamlyn Terrace

Eden-Monaro - 28 May - Queanbeyan

Lindsay- 28 May - Penrith

Macquarie - 28 May - Springwood

Reid - 28 May - Concord West


Brisbane - 29 May - Stafford

Bonner - 28 May - Wynnum West

Forde - 29 May - Loganlea

Longman - 28 May - Caboolture

South Australia

Hindmarsh - 28 May - Richmond


Corangamite - 29 May - Belmont

Deakin - 28 May - Ringwood East

Western Australia

Swan - 29 May - High Wycombe

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