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Ep.184: 2023 NSW ELECTION WEEKLY WRAP #2 (8 days to go)

March 16, 2023 Stephen Donnelly
Ep.184: 2023 NSW ELECTION WEEKLY WRAP #2 (8 days to go)
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Ep.184: 2023 NSW ELECTION WEEKLY WRAP #2 (8 days to go)
Mar 16, 2023
Stephen Donnelly

Dunn Street founder and Community Organiser Stephen Donnelly was joined by McKell Institute CEO, Michael Buckland, and political director at the CPSU (community public sector union), Rosie Ryan, for week 2 of our NSW state election weekly recap series. 


Michael and Roise break down the Liberal’s campaign launch, along with the controversial policy announcements, namely the Future Fund, the privatisation of Sydney Water, and the noticeable absentees from the event. 


They also discuss the shift in media coverage, review the TV campaign creatives from both campaigns, analyse current polling, what to expect from optional preferential voting and how it will determine seats and the potential impact of the TEALs on e-day. 


Volunteers are the backbone of every successful grassroot movement and campaign. Find out how you can make a difference this election at nswlabor.org.au/volunteer_nsw


The presenting sponsor of the Socially Democratic podcast is Dunn Street. For more information on how Dunn Street can help you organise to build winning campaigns in your community, business or organisation, and make the world a better place, look us up at: dunnstreet.com.au

Show Notes

Dunn Street founder and Community Organiser Stephen Donnelly was joined by McKell Institute CEO, Michael Buckland, and political director at the CPSU (community public sector union), Rosie Ryan, for week 2 of our NSW state election weekly recap series. 


Michael and Roise break down the Liberal’s campaign launch, along with the controversial policy announcements, namely the Future Fund, the privatisation of Sydney Water, and the noticeable absentees from the event. 


They also discuss the shift in media coverage, review the TV campaign creatives from both campaigns, analyse current polling, what to expect from optional preferential voting and how it will determine seats and the potential impact of the TEALs on e-day. 


Volunteers are the backbone of every successful grassroot movement and campaign. Find out how you can make a difference this election at nswlabor.org.au/volunteer_nsw


The presenting sponsor of the Socially Democratic podcast is Dunn Street. For more information on how Dunn Street can help you organise to build winning campaigns in your community, business or organisation, and make the world a better place, look us up at: dunnstreet.com.au