I am delighted to announce with the chair of the Liberal Party’s Ballarat Federal Electorate Conference, Chris Findlay, that the party will be opening a campaign office, Liberal House Ballarat, at 420 Sturt Street.
As Patron Senator for Ballarat, I am very pleased to be working with local Liberals on behalf of the Morrison Government to ensure the people of Ballarat have their voice heard in Canberra.
Ballarat is a seat we are taking very seriously.
Liberal House Ballarat evidences the Liberal Party’s determination to stand up for regional Victorian communities at this very important time for our nation.
With Ballarat about to go into lockdown, the offical opening of Liberal House Ballarat will be determined as soon as possible.
Whether it’s major investments in rail, roads, tourism icons like Sovereign Hill, fast broadband or community infrastructure, the Morrison Government is very proud to be delivering for Ballarat.
In contrast, the Labor Party and its federal MP for Ballarat have taken the people of Ballarat for granted for far too long.
Ms King’s failure to stand up for local residents such as Allan Meers, trapped interstate for some two months as a result of the Victorian Government’s heartless border crossing policies, is the latest example of how Labor is letting down the people of Ballarat.
Labor’s condemnation of JobKeeper, a vital economic lifeline which supported more than 26,000 Ballarat electorate residents and 6,100 local businesses, shows how out of touch Labor is.
15 September 2021