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The WA State Election is just around the corner.

After years of Labor controlling power in both houses of Parliament and taking no action on the issues that matter to us it’s clear that politics needs a major shake up. Let’s be real: it’s getting harder and harder to tell Labor and the Liberals apart.

Neither party cares about the lives and communities of everyday people in WA.

But change starts here. In the next WA election we’ll be electing so many Greens MPs that WA Labor will need to work together with our new parliamentary team to pass their legislation - which means we’ll have real community activists in power driving the fight on climate, the housing crisis, and the cost of living.

Meet your team of Legislative Council candidates we’ll be electing in the 2025 WA State Election.

Brad Pettitt is currently the only Greens MP in WA Parliament as MLC for the South Metropolitan region. He is the former Mayor of Fremantle and former Dean of School of Sustainability at Murdoch University.

Sophie McNeill is a human rights advocate, climate campaigner, author, and Walkley award-winning journalist with a staunch commitment to exposing injustice.

Tim Clifford is a former MLC for the East Metropolitan region in WA Parliament, He is a renter, a former FIFO worker, and a climate campaigner.

Jess Beckerling is the former director of WA Forest Alliance where she worked tirelessly to end native forest logging. She’s a social justice, climate and nature conservation campaigner, and will be a strong representative for regional WA.

Diane Evers is a former MLC for the South West region in WA Parliament and a former local councillor. She’s an accountant, a south-west local, and a community sustainability advocate.

Clint Uink is a Koreng Noongar man living in the Wheatbelt, a unionist, and an experienced housing advocate. He will be the first Aboriginal Greens MP in WA Parliament.

Electing our whole team is a big goal, but we know that with your help we can do it. Our community has had enough of Governments putting the interests of big business first in a cost of living crisis.

It's time to shake things up. Will you join us?