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Let's Get Started Neighbourhood Doorknock

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
3 June 2014

The campaign launch was only the beginning. Tomorrow and Sunday we’re hitting the streets for our first door knock. We have big targets for our campaign -- to knock on every door in the Melbourne electorate -- and we can’t wait to get started.

 We need you to help us make these targets a reality. Can you join a neighbourhood team for our first door knock on 14-15 June? 

Click on the Let’s Get Started door knock session you're attending, or interested in attending, for more information: 

Kensington, Saturday 14 June, 10AM

Carlton, Saturday 14 June, 10AM

North Melbourne, Saturday 14 June, 2PM

Parkville, Sunday 15 June, 10AM 

 

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Ellen Sandell
State MP for Melbourne
3 June 2014
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