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Despite the death of her mother less than two weeks out from the election, North East-based Senate hopeful Susan Benedyka has been proud of her efforts in her first federal campaign.
FORMER Frankston mayor Christine Richards has announced a late bid for a spot in the Senate.
Richards was a last-minute addition to the ballot for this weekend’s federal election. She has joined Susan Benedyka on the ticket, a founding member of Voices of Indi.
Byawatha resident Susan Benedyka is travelling across Victoria in her bid to win a Senate seat at this month’s federal election. She was busily campaigning outside Wangaratta’s pre–poll station at St Pat’s Hall this week.
Former Frankston mayor Christine Richards is running for the Senate at the May 21 election. Ms Richards was a last-minute candidate and has joined Susan Benedyka, a founding member of Voices of Indi.
Susan Benedyka is vying for a place on the Victorian Senate at the election and is one of three candidates from the North East.
Wangaratta–based Independent candidate Susan Benedyka has secured an above the line position in Column T on the Senate ballot paper.
Victorian Senate candidate and founding member of Voices for Indi (V4I), Susan Benedyka, has challenged Senator Greg Mirabella to a debate.
Independent Senate candidate for Victoria Susan Benedyka has organised the event, which is aimed at “energising climate action”.
Jeremy is joined by Susan Benedyka who is running as an independent Senate candidate in the next Australian Federal Elections representing the state of Victoria. Timestamp – 1:02:02