One Vote, One Value

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The NSW Government was considering a Bill by the Shooters and Fishers Party to change the way elections in the City of Sydney are run.

The Shooters want to give businesses two votes and residents just one.

Businesses already have greater rights to vote in the City of Sydney than anywhere else in NSW. The proposed Shooters Bill makes the voting more onerous for businesses, makes voting in local government elections compulsory for businesses and leaves them exposed to fines of up to $2,200.

The Shooters also want to transfer responsibility for elections from the the independent NSW Electoral Commission to the City of Sydney.

What do you think of these proposed changes?

Leave your comments below.

The NSW Government was considering a Bill by the Shooters and Fishers Party to change the way elections in the City of Sydney are run.

The Shooters want to give businesses two votes and residents just one.

Businesses already have greater rights to vote in the City of Sydney than anywhere else in NSW. The proposed Shooters Bill makes the voting more onerous for businesses, makes voting in local government elections compulsory for businesses and leaves them exposed to fines of up to $2,200.

The Shooters also want to transfer responsibility for elections from the the independent NSW Electoral Commission to the City of Sydney.

What do you think of these proposed changes?

Leave your comments below.