Candidate for Gellibrand
Jonathon is passionate about transport and taking care of the environment. He is a walking and cycling infrastructure advisor and has a particular interest in promoting peaceful resolution to conflicts.
Candidate for Higgins
Jason Ball is best known as the pioneering LGBTI advocate who in 2012 became the first Aussie Rules footballer at any level of the game to publicly come out as gay. Ball has became a national figurehead combatting homophobia in sport, and highlighting the impact of discrimination.
Candidate for Indi
Currently an elected councillor to Indigo Shire Council, Jenny works as a mental health professional in the primary health sector. A sixth generation Northeast Victorian and former small business owner, Jenny is well placed to comment on policy areas that impact on the well-being of rural people.
Candidate for Aston
I'm a Ferntree Gully local with a passion for peace and non-violence and justice issues. I have a diverse range of professional experiences and understand that by protecting our natural environment we can deliver a more prosperous, jobs rich economy.
Candidate for Ballarat
I'm a Ballarat local who grew up in Brown Hill. I care about our region and understand the need for strong action on climate change and a more compassionate attitude toward refugees. I believe in better educational outcomes for all.
Candidate for Batman
I’m a social worker and mother of two from Preston. I value our multiculturalism and generosity and want to represent our needs in Canberra. I will stand for improved health and education funding, action on climate, refugees, marriage equality, justice for Aboriginal people and fair industrial relations laws.
Candidate for Bendigo
I have enjoyed living in the Bendigo area for more than two decades and raised my children here. I'm a keen bushwalker and am concerned about the rapidly declining natural environment and further threat from climate change.
Candidate for Calwell
I live with my husband and young family in the northern suburbs, where I was born and bred. I enjoy the livability of our community and care about prosperous small business, the backbone of our economy.
Candidate for Cardinia Central Ward
Michael is a passionate local, who cares about the community he lives in. As an Emergency Nurse specialising in Paediatrics and having worked within the Cardinia Shire Council providing support to young people with a disability, Michael has a solid understanding of the support needs of families.
Candidate for Dunkley
Jeanette is an environmentalist, scientist and teacher. She is inspired by people-run campaigns that focus on local communities, rather than vested interests far away. As a long-term resident of Frankston, she shares these values with many in the electorate of Dunkley.
Candidate for Jagajaga
Hugh is committed to doing whatever is required to ensure that the environment we hand down to future generations is sustainable, and to work for social and economic justice for all sectors of Australian society.
Candidate for Lalor
Daniel joined the Greens to fight for a fairer, cleaner, informed and just society. He believes our country faces great challenges, and its citizens need representatives with vision and a will to act.
Candidate for McMillan
I grew up in South Gippsland where I now reside with my young family. I fear for the future of this incredible place, under threat from coal seam gas and coal mining and lacking support for crucial local services funding.
Candidate for Melbourne Ports
Stephanie is an environmental justice campaigner and lawyer with experience in commercial and public interest law.
Candidate for Menzies
I have lived in the area my entire life and currently reside in Doncaster East. I am passionate about our region and understand the unique issues faced by local communities.
MP for Melbourne
I'm standing up for what matters and I helped deliver Denticare and the Clean Energy Act for Australia.
Senator for Victoria
Leader of the Australian Greens and former GP, Richard's portfolios include Prime Minister & Cabinet, Health, Sport and Multiculturalism.