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The ‘Voices’ network seeks to unseat the Liberals

14 December 2021

4:00 PM

14 December 2021

4:00 PM

The ‘Voices for’ network is standing self-declared ‘Independent’ candidates in affluent Liberal Party seats in the coming federal election.

It is the work of the Community Independents Project, established by several consultants to the government in the electorate of Indi, including Cathy McGowan, Alana Johnson, Susan Benedyka, and Ruth McGowan. The fact that its founders are exclusively consultants to the government is critical to understanding this group and its politics.

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