Tomorrow, the people of Western Australia will vote in a special Senate election.
The Liberal Senate Team in Western Australia is a united, strong and experienced team who will get results for Western Australia.
Our Liberal Senate Team is the only team with a clear plan to deliver more jobs, more investment, a stronger economy and better services for WA.
Our plan will:
- Reduce living and business costs so Western Australians can have a job and get ahead by scrapping the Carbon Tax – saving families $550 a year and reducing business costs;
- Boost mining investment and projects by abolishing the Mining Tax;
- Deliver the Australian Government’s biggest ever road and infrastructure plan for WA – over $3 billion; and
- Deliver record federal support for WA schools with an additional $120 million in funding.
Only a vote for the Liberal Party will provide Western Australians with senators who you can rely on to vote to abolish the Carbon Tax and the Mining Tax. Labor, the Greens and minor parties are only offering dodgy preference deals and a continuation of their anti-WA policies.
Scrapping these taxes will reduce the cost of living and create jobs for Western Australians. Only Liberal senators will keep up the fight and will keep our promise to scrap these anti-WA taxes.
Tomorrow, a vote for the Liberal Party is a vote for a team that will stand-up and deliver a better deal for Western Australia.
Authorised by Brian Loughnane, Cnr Blackall and Macquarie Streets, Barton ACT 2604.
Passover is the holiday of freedom. Freedom from slavery. Freedom from oppression. Freedom from those who rise against the Jewish nation to destroy us. In the timeless Haggadah (Seder recital book) we say: "In every generation, our enemies rise up against us to destroy us. But the Holy One Blessed Be He saves us from their hands..." How true this is today! We are so thankful to God for giving us an independent State of Israel... ... Truly a haven of safety and freedom for the Jewish nation as well as for the entire world. But this incredible freedom comes at a heavy price. The brave young men and women of the IDF are freedom fighters who risk their lives every day, to ensure that we live as a free nation in our homeland. Our soldiers are God's agents of protection, performing the holy work of defending the Jewish nation. Many have lost their lives to defend our freedom. ... and that's why Passover is the ideal time to show appreciation for all that they do. Click Below to Send Passover Gifts to Israeli Soldiers https://unitedwithisrael.net/passover/?c=et2 The 'Passover Partners' project connects you with the heroes of Israel who fight for peace and protect our freedom. Many soldiers spend the Passover holiday with needy families back home. ...sending home special gifts for their families makes them very happy! Please join us in sending packages filled with Passover essentials to Israeli soldiers and their families, so that they too can celebrate the Holiday of Freedom properly and joyfully. And don't forget to include your personal note of thanks and encouragement! Click below to become Partners with Israel's Freedom Fighters https://unitedwithisrael.net/passover/?c=et2 As a token of appreciation, you can choose to receive special Jerusalem-baked matzoh shipped directly from Israel to your home! Thank you for becoming partners with the soldiers of Israel and their families. We wish you a happy and kosher Passover! With Blessings of Peace and Freedom from the Holy Land of Israel... The 'United with Israel' Family Click below to Send Gifts to IDF Soldiers and their Families https://unitedwithisrael.net/passover/?c=et2 Checks can be mailed to a US address: United with Israel PO Box 151 Lawrence, NY 11559 United States Checks can be mailed directly to Israel: United with Israel 8/19 Nachal Maor St. Box 71530 Bet Shemesh 99623 ISRAEL You can also reach us by phone:: +1-646-213-4003 (USA) +972-2-533-7841 (Israel) Send Your Online Gift and Personal Note https://unitedwithisrael.net/passover/?c=et2===
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