As we head to the polls, South Australians need a government that will stop polluting fuels, ramp up clean energy and protect and respect nature.

That's why it's so important South Australians know who exactly what they're voting for.

Together with the South Australia – Our Future alliance, we’ve rated the enviornmental policies of the Greens, Labor, LNP and SA Best to create an independent scorecard. We need the ACF community to help to get it in the hands of voters both before the election and as they walk into polling booths.

Pre-election handout

People in the ACF community have already organised mass scorecard handouts at Adelaide Railway Station, the Writers Festival, and Adelaide University. Now they need your help to make these actions really stand out. Will you join them or host a scorecard handout of your own?

Flinders University - 15 March, 11am-1pm

Along the tram line – 16 March, 7-9am

Central Market – 16 March, 9:30-11:30am

Rundle Mall – 16 March, 12-2pm

Can you organise your own scorecard handout? Get in touch with Joel Marlan-Tribe (ACF Mobilisation Coordinator, joel.marlan-tribe@acf.org.au) to find out more.

 

Election day handout

Help get our independent scorecard in the hands of voters as they walk in to cast their votes on Saturday 17 March.

The ACF community will be at key polling booths across Adelaide on election day. Choose which polling booth you'd like to volunteer at, then register for a shift.

When you sign up, we’ll give you a call to roster your booth location and shift.

ADELAIDE ELECTORATE

LEE ELECTORATE

TORRENS ELECTORATE

HARTLEY ELECTORATE

Not sure which polling booth to choose? Let us know you're keen and we'll get in touch!

 

Paul Sinclair

Campaigns Director at the Australian Conservation Foundation.