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How to meet your MP

Simply follow the steps in the “Meet Your MP” guide with your electorate group on Facebook.

Thank you for registering to meet your MP and your commitment to speaking up for a world where every person has the chance to reach their full potential.

You can access the “Meet Your MP” guide here.

You can connect with your Facebook electorate group by clicking on the link for your electorate below and requesting to join the group. Please do this now!

A few tips…
– If no one has offered to contact the MP on behalf of your group when you join, be the first to offer.
– Facebook electorate groups are Australian aid supporters who live in your electorate and have registered to meet the same MP as you.
– If you want to meet MP on your own, that’s OK too.
– If you’re unsure what electorate you live in, find out here.

Campaign for Australian aid Facebook groups

NSW
Banks
Barton
Bennelong
Berowra
Blaxland
Bradfield
Calare
Chifley
Cook
Cowper
Cunningham
Dobell
Eden-Monaro
Farrer
Fowler
Gilmore
Grayndler
Greenway
Hughes
Hume
Hunter
Kingsford Smith
Lindsay
Lyne
Macarthur
Mackellar
Macquarie
McMahon
Mitchell
Newcastle
New England
North Sydney
Page
Parkes
Parramatta
Paterson
Reid
Richmond
Riverina
Robertson
Shortland
Sydney
Warringah
Watson
Wentworth
Werriwa
Whitlam

VIC
Aston
Ballarat
Batman
Bendigo
Bruce
Calwell
Casey
Chisholm
Corangamite
Corio
Deakin
Dunkley
Flinders
Gellibrand
Gippsland
Goldstein
Gorton
Higgins
Holt
Hotham
Indi
Isaacs
Jagajaga
Kooyong
Lalor
La Trobe
Mallee
Maribyrnong
McEwen
McMillan
Melbourne
Melbourne Ports
Menzies
Murray
Scullin
Wannon
Wills

QLD
Blair
Bonner
Bowman
Brisbane
Capricornia
Dawson
Dickson
Fadden
Fairfax
Fisher
Flynn
Forde
Griffith
Groom
Herbert
Hinkler
Kennedy
Leichhardt
Lilley
Longman
Maranoa
McPherson
Moncrieff
Moreton
Oxley
Petrie
Rankin
Ryan
Wide Bay
Wright

South Australia
Adelaide
Barker
Boothby
Grey
Hindmarsh
Kingston
Makin
Mayo
Port Adelaide
Sturt
Wakefield

WA
Brand
Burt
Canning
Cowan
Curtin
Durack
Forrest
Fremantle
Hasluck
Moore
O’Connor
Pearce
Perth
Stirling
Swan
Tangney

TAS
Bass
Braddon
Clark
Franklin
Lyons

ACT
Canberra
Fenner

NT
Lingiari
Solomon

This campaign is backed by Australia's aid & development groups

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