Victorian election 2018: RACV has its say

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With the 2018 state election next month, RACV is weighing in on the policies and projects Victoria needs.

October 2018

With Victorians getting set to vote in next month’s state election, RACV is weighing in on the policies and projects Victoria will need as our population grows.

The 2018 Victorian State Election website brings together key information on the everyday issues that matter to Victorians, including traffic congestion, cost-of-living pressures and community safety.

“As parties chase your vote with promises, RACV is here on behalf of more than two million members, and we are committed to highlighting the issues affecting Victorians’ daily lives,” says Bryce Prosser, RACV general manager Public Policy and Corporate Affairs.

“We have a track record of successfully calling for change and improvements important to our members.

“This election is no different. We are about ideas, using our extensive research, policy development and feedback from our members to look at what’s needed.”

The site includes an election priorities map detailing transport infrastructure projects and an election priorities list including infographics, statistics and explainer videos.

To find out more, go to:

Authorised by Bryce Prosser, RACV General Manager Public Policy and Corporate Affairs, 485 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000