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Make your voice heard

Voices of the Central Coast (VOCC) is calling on you to make your voice heard – and has launched a “Vote Compass” to help take the pulse of our community.

24 February 2023

 

VOCC is a non-partisan community group that wants to improve our democracy. VOCC is asking residents of the Central Coast to help identify the issues that are important to them leading up the NSW State election.

 

“Our community’s voices are not being heard”, said Jennifer Wilder, spokesperson for VOCC.

 

“Many people on the Central Coast are feeling left behind and ignored. They are disheartened with the current political process and the failure of politicians to reflect the values and priorities of the Central Coast community.

 

“Our Vote Compass asks about the priority issues leading up to the election and how well residents feel that their local MP is representing their values and beliefs. We also ask views about some of the hot button issues on the Central Coast – including council elections and mergers, Gosford waterfront, protection of the environment and planning.

 

”We invite all residents that want to have a say to complete the questionnaire. Be heard. Be represented.”

 

The Vote Compass will be open until the end of February – and can be completed anonymously. VOCC will then release a summary report of the feedback from the survey.

 

To make your voice heard, go to Voices Of Central Coast Survey.

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