Media release: Campaigning in the Flinders electorate

Campaigning to REDUCE IMMIGRATION in the Flinders electorate

For immediate release: 10 August 2013

Paul Madigan and Denis McCormack are preparing to stand as independent candidates for the Flinders electorate in the coming federal election on September 7, 2013.

Like almost 70% of Australians, Madigan and McCormack are concerned about increased immigration into Australia and our high rate of population growth. High immigration flies in the face of our environmental sustainability, social cohesion and cultural integrity.

Through their candidacy, Madigan and McCormack are campaigning to reduce Australia’s immigration levels.

“Our REDUCE IMMIGRATION ‘write-on’ campaign encourages Australian voters to express their objection to excessive immigration,” says Madigan, a resident in the Flinders electorate. “All voters on September 7 can influence our immigration policy by adding the simple message REDUCE IMMIGRATION to any blank space on their ballot papers.”

Australia’s annual immigration numbers have more than doubled between 1999 and 2013. Immigration contributes 60% of our annual population growth rate of 1.8%, one of the highest in the world.

Madigan and McCormack encourage all voters to visit the REDUCE IMMIGRATION website at to learn more about the opportunity to influence our immigration policy at the coming election.

Further comment:

Paul Madigan:   0410 646 076

Denis McCormack:  (03) 9481 1774


One thought on “Media release: Campaigning in the Flinders electorate

  1. Pingback: Write “Reduce Immigration” on ballot papers, say candidates | Australian Protectionist Party

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