TAP is a non-party political movement. Voters who have added their names to the Voters Block have pledged not to vote for a local, state or federal candidates who support Gunns proposed pulp mill in the Tamar valley. The Voters Block has over 23 700 names and has surpassed the original target of 22 000. The number is growing daily and the new target is 28 000. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about the Voters Block.
Voters Block in action for local council elections
Listed candidates in local Council elections, October 2009 oppose Gunns' planned pulp mill in the Tamar Valley and are supported by the Voters Block.
Success of the Voters Block
For an assessment of the success of the Voters Block in the last Federal elections, go to Has the Voters Block been successful?
Simply click on register for the Voters Block online and add your name(s), address, email and electorate.
- Names and details will be added to a confidential data base. This information will only be used in conjunction with the Voters Block and will be deleted when the mill is defeated.
- Alternatively, download the Voters Block form v5.pdf from below, print off a few copies and starting getting names. Leave the voters block form in the tea room at work or some where suitable.
- Prior to election, candidates will be interviewed on the subject of the pulp mill and their responses communicated to all on the database. A list of voters on the Voters Block will be shown to candidates in the appropriate electorates to show them the political risks of supporting the proposed pulp mill.
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