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Candidates night

04 Oct 2018

The We Live Here lobby group is organising a “meet the candidates” night in Docklands in the lead-up to the November state election.

It will be held at Library at The Dock from 6pm on Wednesday, October 24.

But, unlike other such local events in the past, this evening will be open to candidates from all over inner-Melbourne.

We Live Here spokesperson Barbara Francis said candidates would be invited from both upper and lower house seats and from electorates as far away as Northcote and Brunswick.

She said it was hoped to form a panel and furnish candidates with questions in advance of the forum.

Ms Francis said Melbourne MLA Ellen Sandell had agreed to attend and she would also invite the Member for Albert Park, Martin Foley. Upper House member Fiona Patten would also be asked to outline her Reason Party policies.

Ms Francis said further information would be provided closer to the night at www.welivehere.net

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