You can stand up for Australia

You can stand up for Australia

Standing up for our community and our country requires strength. But it cannot be done alone.

So, I’m asking for your help.

You see, Labor has set their already sights on our electorate of Canning. 

You and I have shown what we can do when we work together.

Whether its delivering record infrastructure spending for our local community, or speaking up for Australia’s national interest, we’ve proven what can be achieved by working together.

That’s why I’m asking or your support today, to help meet an important end-of-year target of $23,200 to solidify our position in the seat of Canning and keep a strong voice in parliament.

By giving toward this important target today:

  • You will fund social media campaigns in Canning to drive home the danger of a Labor/Greens government.
  • You will facilitate recruiting and training new campaign volunteers
  • You will provide much-needed investment in campaign infrastructure – including research
  • You will equip the Canning campaign team to fight on issues of security and sovereignty.

So please give generously so we can reach the $23,200 target and continue the work we’ve started together.

Together we can stand up for Australia and the community in Canning.


Andrew Hastie
Member for Canning

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