Shooters, Fishers, Farmers register for the ACT election

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THE Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party of the ACT has officially registered for Canberra’s October election. 

The party joins 10 other political parties, who are also registered to run, including the Animal Justice Party, the Australian Labor Party (ACT Branch), the Belco Party (ACT), the Canberra Progressives, the Liberal Democratic Party, the Liberal Party of Australia (ACT), Sustainable Australia (ACT), the ACT Greens, the Community Action Party (ACT) and the Flux Party (ACT).

“The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party (ACT) is now eligible to nominate candidates for the 2020 ACT Legislative Assembly election,” says ACT electoral commissioner Damian Cantwell.
“Five further applications to register as a political party were submitted to the ACT Electoral Commission just prior to the deadline for new party applications at midnight June 30,” Mr Cantwell says.
Those parties were the Australian Climate Change Justice Party, the Australian Federation Party (ACT), David Pollard Independent
Democratic Labour Party (DLP) and the Canberra Party.

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