The Brendon Grylls plan is to place an extra $4.75 per tonne levy on 80% of our iron ore, which will almost double iron ore royalties. The extra revenue amounts to about $38,000 for each WA non-metropolitan voter over four years. Instead of politicians spending all that extra money, much better to give the cash to WA voters. Join for FREE the new political party which is resolved to promote the concept (like Alaska) of ROYALTIES FOR VOTERS.

Read our response to Mr. Grylls' recent remarks here.

Read more about our party here.



STATEMENT OF PARTY MEMBERSHIP

Party Name

ROYALTIES FOR VOTERS $38000 CASH

 

Surname

Given names in full

 

 

 

Date of Birth

Please include your date of birth so the WA Electoral Commission can easily verify your enrolment.

Residential Address

 

 

City/suburb

 

State

Postcode

 

Postal Address if different

 

Address on the electoral roll that you had last time you voted in 2013, if different

 

Daytime Telephone

Mobile Number

Email Address

 


ALL EXTRA ROYALTIES SHOULD BE

PAID TO THE VOTERS OF W.A.

 

A copy of this form may be forwarded to the Western Australian Electoral Commission to confirm your details on this form. The WAEC conducts random surveys to verify membership and it is possible that you may be asked to confirm that you signed this form. Information on the form will be treated by the WAEC in strictest confidence. It will only be used to verify the party’s entitlement to registration and for no other purpose.




The WA Electoral Commission may contact me
and I will make sure they know I am now a member of a real political party. No joke!


I accept that the Party name may be amended for registration.

I am opposed to government corruption. More democracy is good.


Give me free life membership and send me stuff.

Put me in any draw to be a candidate and I might even get elected to the Legislative Council of the Parliament in Perth The base salary is $156,536 per annum for four years, a total of $626,144.


The first ever democracy was in Athens in Ancient Greece. Politicians were chosen by lottery because democracy was fair and Athenians loved democracy! Sortition is in Wikipedia. In that democratic spirit the Party Secretary may select candidates by lottery. The person who told me about this may have an extra chance to be selected. The name of that person is:

     


Check if you want to increase your chance of selection as a candidate by inviting new members and growing the membership.





      Party Secretary: 0402 558 947

Mailing Address:
LPO Box 1931
Malaga, WA, 6944























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