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Voices of Bradfield 

Be Heard. Be Represented.

NEWS FLASH: Electoral Boundary - Proposed Redistribution 

On Friday 14 June 2024 the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) released the first draft of the proposed redistribution for federal electoral divisions in NSW.

The proposal is that the division of North Sydney be abolished, with the area to be subsumed into the divisions of Warringah, Bennelong and Bradfield. Bradfield moves south, losing Asquith, Hornsby, Waitara and Normanhurst, but picking up Willoughby, Artarmon, Middle Cove, Castle Crag, Northbridge, Naremburn and St Leonards.
See the AEC's proposed redistribution here.

If you live in one of these suburbs, and are interested to find out what we do, sign up to our newsletter.

Would you like to know more?  Join us for an online briefing on the AEC's proposed redistribution, held jointly by Voices of Bradfield and Nicolette Boele.  


We are Voices of Bradfield

Voices of Bradfield calls for integrity and effectiveness in Federal politics. We are building a voice in our democracy for the people of Bradfield, our electorate on the North Shore of Sydney. 

We did that in the 2022 Federal election by supporting a community independent candidate, Nicolette Boele. Nicolette's campaign was hugely successful. We turned a very safe Liberal seat into a marginal seat.

We have endorsed Nicolette as our community independent candidate in the next Federal election (or by-election) and she's announced that she will run again.

Do you live in Bradfield (see map below) and want to become a member? Please email our Secretary for a membership application form, or go to Join us.
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Nicolette Boele

Learn more about Nicolette at
www.nicoletteboele.com.au
and hear her in conversation on the
things that matter most to the people of 
Bradfield: action on climate, responsible, forward-thinking economic decisions, restoring integrity to politics, and fairness.

Our electorate of Bradfield

The electorate of Bradfield was formed in the 1949 expansion of Parliament, and has been a safe Liberal Party seat until 2022, when it became marginal.

 

Today, Bradfield is a highly-educated and diverse community, with 53% of adult residents having a Bachelor degree and above (NSW: 28%).   

Over 48% of Bradfield residents were born overseas (NSW: 34%), with significant communities speaking Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Hindi and Persian. 

Source: ABS 2021 Census Quick Stats for Bradfield

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June 2024: Proposed new electoral boundaries for Bradfield have been published by the AEC and will be updated when finalised in October.

What can an Independent actually achieve in the House of Representatives?

Be Heard. Be Represented.

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