What could you do with $14.6 million? BILL SHORTEN

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What could you do with $14.6 million?


Bill Shorten via sendgrid.info 

2:36 PM (2 hours ago)

to me
Neville —
Does their shame know no limits?

This tight-fisted Government, content to slash and burn essential public services, has splurged $14.6 million on misleading propaganda to sell its cuts to universities. We found this out just yesterday.1

They know the truth won’t work: that people will never stand for American-style $100,000 degrees that condemn young Australians to a life of debt, and Australia to be less competitive on the world stage.

So instead they spend your money to spread their lies. That’s why we’re fighting back.

Can you chip in $5 to help plaster campuses with the truth when students return next month?


Your donation will allow us to put posters and other information up around campuses — where many new students will see it for the first time, and realise what’s at stake.

We have the volunteers ready, and the plan in place, but we just need your help with the materials.

Unless we want these students — starting uni for the first time next month — saddled with $100,000 US-style debt, we need to get out there with an urgent information campaign.

Thanks for standing with me on this,


PS — Right now, students are being bombarded with false Government propaganda about the costs of their uni degree, to the tune of $14.6 million. We urgently need to get them the other side of the story. Click here to chip in for posters our volunteers will put up across campuses.

1. See Kim’s letter in full here.

Australian Labor Party
Authorised by G. Wright, Australian Labor, 5/9 Sydney Avenue, Barton 2600 ACT

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