RACV shaping the state this election

Building A Better Victoria

A State election brings with it opportunities for a better Victoria.

As parties chase your vote with promises, RACV is here on behalf of more than 2 million members, and we are committed to highlighting the issues affecting Victorian’s daily lives.

From congestion to cost of living and many things in between, RACV will advocate for the policies and positions that will help shape our state now and into the future.

We have a track record of successfully calling for change and improvements important to our members which have become part of our society.

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

Our findings are illustrated on this website and you can find information on key issues that matter to you, your family and your community.

We hope this ever-evolving website will help highlight how we can make Victoria a better place to live for years to come.

In addition to news articles like this, we’ve developed an election priorities map, which illustrates priority infrastructure and transport asks and issues from regional roads to Metro one and two.

Scroll down a little further and you’ll find a link to RACV Election Priorities – a concise overview of what RACV is asking each party to consider ahead the election and the next government to commit to delivering.

In the lead up to November 24th, RACV will continue to act on behalf of our members to ensure your voices are heard.

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