7am, 2nd May 2019
Adelaide Town Hall
Australians will soon go to the polls in May to vote for the next Federal Government. While it is impossible to determine the exact outcome of the election, we already know the recently recast Federal seat of Adelaide will have a new elected member with the incumbent, the Hon Kate Ellis MP, choosing not to recontest the election.
Whether you’re a resident, worker, business owner, visitor or student in the City of Adelaide, this is your opportunity to learn about your local Federal candidates, who will speak to their party platforms and their vision for Adelaide. You will then be given an opportunity to ask questions of the candidates in a “Q&A” forum afterwards.
This is the only event being held for business and the community in the City of Adelaide to which all 2019 Federal Election candidates for the seat of Adelaide have been invited. Breakfast, hosted at the historic Adelaide Town Hall, will provide you the opportunity to meet your candidates and to ask questions of them during a professionally facilitated “Q&A” session – for as little as $10 for Early-Bird tickets.
Tickets and more information here
Politics in the Pub: SA Senate Special
5:30pm Wednesday, 24th April 2019
at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Thebarton SA
FREE, but bookings essential: https://nb.tai.org.au/pitp_sa_senate_special
Now that the Federal Election has FINALLY been called and the campaign proper is upon us, come to the Wheatsheaf Hotel on Wednesday the 24th April to indulge in a delicious craft beer with a healthy side of democracy!
Join The Australia Institute and a panel of your South Australian Senate candidates for this special event, just weeks out from the Federal Election.
The event will be MC-ed by The Australia Institute’s Richie Merzian, with candidates from all parties represented in the South Australian Senate and contesting this election invited to take part.
At ‘Politics in the Pub – SA Senate Special’ you’ll be able to hear from your candidates and ask questions about the issues that are important to you. The discussion will cover areas such as South Australia’s key role in the Senate, the economy, employment, the environment and much more.