Australian Sex Party lasts for a year and keeps going

Email from Australian Sex Party to supporters:

Yesterday the Australian Sex Party turned one! Yes it’s been a year since we got registered with the Australian Electoral Commission.

To be honest, we were all so busy on our election campaign we almost forgot. It wasn’t until our Sex Party agent sent through an email reminding us of the occasion that we all took a moment from our frantic activities and collectively said “Wow, It’s been a year already?!”

And what an incredible ride this year has been – meetings, events, Sexpo’s and by-elections all over the country. I’d just like to take this opportunity to say:

‘Good Job Team Sex Party!!’

Our core team of Fiona, Robbie and Graeme are the hardest working, most passionate, driven and inspiring people I have ever had the pleasure to work with. But they (and I) couldn’t have made it to this point (OMG – We are actually running in a federal election!!!) without our foundation of members, supporters, volunteers and contributers. Thank you all so much for your help in getting us to this election.

It’s now just one massive push to August the 21st in order to get us over the line. You can give us a hand by:

• Telling people about us.
• Donating to the campaign
• Volunteering to help on polling day

Thanks again for all your support.

By the way: I looked up the Sex Party star sign and we are a Leo. Our Horoscope forecast for election day is as follows – I hope it is a promising sign!

Saturday, Aug 21, 2010

During this time period your thinking is intense and penetrating. You tend to become impassioned about your ideas, and you are inclined to feel very strongly about your ideas. You tend to have a one-track mind now, and you talk to others about your interests whether they are interested or not!

Cheers,

Rebecca Lanning
Membership & Communication Manager.

6 thoughts on “Australian Sex Party lasts for a year and keeps going

  1. Good luck and lessons from history ----- on the current corrupt system .... Lake

    MARINA KAMENEV / SYDNEY Marina Kamenev / Sydney – 36 mins ago

    On Aug. 21, after less than two months in power, Australia’s first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, faced the voters. Australia had the option to keep her as leader and her left-of-center Labor Party in power. But instead, no decision was made, and the country has its first hung Parliament in 70 years, with neither the Liberal Party nor the Labor Party getting the requisite 76 seats to win the national election.

    Now, as the rest of the votes are being counted, the authority to form a new coalition with either Labor or the center-right Liberal-National Coalition rests in the hands of four MPs, none of whom belongs to either major party. A decision is unlikely to be made for days – maybe weeks

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