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The Federal Election is coming...

And we need strong leaders that care about people and country, not profit and greed.

Let's regain our Democracy back

Cindy Roberts is a Widjabul woman of the Widjabul Tribe of Bundjalung Nation, from Lismore, she is passionate about helping people and is deeply connected to her country.

Mebbingarri Cindy Roberts stands for

  • First Nations Treaty for the original sovereign people of this land and the Australian Peoples right to representation and protection within this country

  • Accountability within governments and corporations

  • Protecting our Children’s future

  • Protecting the Land and Waters

  • Protecting Cultural Heritage and Sacred sites

  • Human rights, Justice, Fairness, Equality

  • Protecting Wildlife and Habitat

  • Looking after Communities, supporting local Producers and Farmers

  • Supporting Local Businesses

  • Providing & supporting sustainable, affordable housing

  • Building a higher level of self reliance within our communities

  • Supporting our Youth and looking after our Elderly

  • Providing support for those released from incarceration, to rehabilitate and reduce reoffending 

  • Raising awareness of and preventing Deaths in Custody

  • Ending Discrimination

  • Improving Mental Health outcomes through cultural interventions 

  • Reviews into Royal Commissions & Reforms into Legislative changes

  • Drug Law Reforms and keeping our communities safe

  • Legalising Cannabis not capitalism


You can Support Cindy by

  • Sharing Cindy’s campaign with family & friends

  • Sharing your concerns for communities, representation and our future with Cindy, so lets yarn. 

  • Donating will help Cindy to travel around the electorate so she can meet people, print election material, keep our website going, and cover other costs.

Whatever you can donate or give that we will use to speak to the people about what Cindy can do for the people to help all Australians and First Nations peoples on the lands we share.

Supporting an Original First Nations woman on an electoral platform is a great thing anyone can do

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