Delivering two Majority Liberal Governments in two weeks

Thanks to the incredible ground efforts in Tasmania and South Australia, we have seen the election of Majority Liberal Governments in Tasmania and South Australia over the last fortnight.

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South Australian Election - A Strong Dan for Real Change

I’ve been installed in the Adelaide Hills for over a week now, but I still feel just as thrilled as I did on day one. Dan Cregan’s campaign for Kavel is a well organised and smartly planned operation. There is no time for vanity campaigning or busywork – everything we do is done because it is the most efficient and most effective use of our time.

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South Australian Election - Voting has begun

Today is the day! After a long and gruelling week of campaigning, South Australian voters have received our phone calls and letterboxing, watched the three leaders fight it out in a People’s Forum and seen all the ads (including the latest excruciatingly awful one by SA Best), and will now be exercising their democratic right on Election Day. 

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South Australian Election - Keeping Kavel Blue

The colony of South Australia was merely two years old when Prussian immigrants arrived on Adelaide soil in 1838. Establishing the farming village currently known as Hahndorf, the harsh conditions of an undeveloped country side forced the majority of settlers to toil for wealthy landowners as well as strive to maintain their own farming properties. Men spent most days clearing unforgiving bushland and building important structures; women laboured on small farms producing tradeable goods such as vegetables, butter, cheese and various livestock. It was not uncommon for women to travel over 30 kilometres throughout the night in winding tracks and dense bush, only for a 4am arrival outside of Adelaide to sell the goods carried on their backs and buy little luxuries unavailable at home - tobacco, sugar, tea, etc.

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