The CITY OF JOONDALUP [ABN 64 245 472 416] local government election will be held on Saturday 21st October 2023. The Mayor and Councillors are each elected for four-year terms, with half of the elected members being elected every biennial election.
The Council has appointed the Western Australian Electoral Commission to run its elections and the Commission appoints a Returning Officer to oversee the elections including taking candidate nominations and supervising the count on election night.
I am very concerned about many of the policies the CITY OF JOONDALUP [ABN 64 245 472 416] is implementing that has consequences on my life in the private that includes but is not limited to the poisoning of the people and animals with Glyphosate spraying, the Mullaloo Groyne project, the use of invasive video surveillance, the predatory practice involving the Fines Enforcement Registry and the Court System, Excessive rates, the over-reach of government implemented by the CITY OF JOONDALUP and the United Nations, the WHO and other foreign Globalist policies being pushed through local Government.
Call for Non-Political Candidates
For a brief moment I considered running in the October 2023 Local Government Election because I was frustrated and wanted to facilitate change within my community. I chose not to run for a myriad of reasons.
My call out is for people who are in alignment with the following principles to consider running as a Councillor in the 2023 Council election.
What I stand for…
I state for and on the record that I am not a member of any political party and nor do I have any political affiliations whatsoever. I am running for local council because I am gravely concerned about the over-reach of government in the lives of the people in Western Australia and want to do something meaningful to implement positive change.
I stand for:
- Local Government Accountability at every level
- Banning Glyphosate and poisons within the City of Joondalup
- Protecting the privacy and rights of the people who domicile within the City of Joondalup (this includes but is not limited to banning the use of facial recognition technology, number plate recognition technology without the consent of the individual).
- No vote for the Mullaloo Groyne project.
- Body Sovereignty and no forced medical procedures and experiments.
- Eradicating United Nations, WHO, ICLEI, Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate Change and Energy and every globalist policy from local government.
I am a mother and I was the Vice President of KAGRA (Kingsley and Greenwood Residents Association) we stopped the state government selling school land for profit. I have volunteered as a Scout Leader for 8 years. I am also a practitioner of the Law and I am an advocate for freedom and pro-choice.
2022-23 Register of Fees, Expenses and Allowances Paid to Elected Members of the C.O.J.
Elected members of the CITY OF JOONDALUP are paid $32,470.00 pa for attending council meetings. Albert Jacob the occupant of the office of Mayor is paid $48,704.00 to attend council meetings ($10,000 more than any other elected member) and in 2022/2023 he was paid $153,203.19 in total and he has a part-time job!
Councillors are paid $624.42 per week
If you would like to make a difference in your community the people of the CITY OF JOONDALUP need you.
Nominations open on Thursday 31 August 2023, and close 4pm on Thursday 7 September 2023.
Should you wish to nominate for the upcoming elections, you will need to make an appointment with the City’s Returning Officer, Michaela Miller.
Nominations are by ‘appointment only’ on the following days:
- Day 1 (nominations open) Thursday 31 August – all day
- Day 5 Wednesday 6 August – all day
- Day 6 (close of nominations) Thursday 7 September – all day
Michaela’s contact details are as follows:
Mobile: 0477 138 691
It is also timely to provide advice with regard to the appropriate conduct of candidates in the upcoming election, and the following document is provided for your reference:
- Code of Conduct for Council Members, Committee Members and Candidates