Election Campaign Review - Next Steps Session

2016 was one of the biggest years ever for the ACT Greens. We contested two elections, elected two MLA's an ran the biggest election campaign we've ever run in the ACT.

We achieved a lot, and it is important that we capture the lessons learnt, so that we can apply them at future elections and plan how we can continue to build and strengthen our party for the future.

ACT Greens are running this session on 11 March to come together and discuss our party priorities for the year ahead, working off the recently completed reviews of our election campaign.

Available to members are three main reports, from the Election Campaign Manager, from the Election Campaign Team and an independent review of our election campaign team completed by Ms Pru Gell.

This will be a facilitated session, so that we can hear what members see as the priorities for the party going forward.

Lunch will be provided.

If you would like to access the Election Campaign Reports, please email convenor@act.greens.org.au to a arrange a time to read the reports in our Havelock House office.

WHEN
March 11, 2017 at 10:30am - 4pm
WHERE
Griffin Centre
20 Genge St
Canberra City, ACT 2600
Australia
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CONTACT
Michael Mazengarb ·
34 RSVPS
Veronica Wensing Denby Angus Ronald Jelleff Jason Chappel Catherine Herron Geoff Lazarus Lance Chapman Gösta Lyngå Patrick Dodgson Bart Searl John Ley Logan McLennan Rebecca Vassarotti Jo Root Jim Lindsay Indra Esguerra Rick Collins Lisa Gelbart Chris Finnigan Pascale Boulanger caroline le couteur Christian Bennett Leila Simpson Ian Morland Michael Mazengarb

Who's RSVPing

Veronica Wensing
Denby Angus
Ronald Jelleff
Jason Chappel
Catherine Herron
Geoff Lazarus
Lance Chapman
Gösta Lyngå
Patrick Dodgson
Bart Searl
John Ley
Logan McLennan
Rebecca Vassarotti
Jo Root
Jim Lindsay
Indra Esguerra
Rick Collins
Lisa Gelbart
Chris Finnigan
Pascale Boulanger
caroline le couteur
Christian Bennett
Leila Simpson
Ian Morland
Michael Mazengarb

Will you come?


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