WA Election Campaign Notes

The Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party opened its WA Senate Campaign on Tuesday and has been attracting a great deal of media attention.

Help HEMP keep up the momentum by getting involved in the campaign. This can be as simple (yet vital) as talking to all your friends and neighbours about HEMP.

Or ring a talk-back station. Or turn up to one of the events that are being held during the next few days.

WA Senate Election Forum hosted by The West Australian, Channel 7, and AIM WA.

  • Saturday, 29 March , 12.30pm (for 1pm sharp) to 3pm
  • Australian Institute of Management WA Leadership Centre (Lower Building), 76 Birkdale Street, Floreat, WA

A public forum for candidates in the WA Senate Election. Ahead of the April 5 election, we are providing you the unique opportunity to hear directly from party candidates. Filmed by Channel 7 at AIM WA, the candidates will be questioned by Seven West Media, with a rare opportunity for participant involvement.


HEMP Activism & Police Wrangling Workshop & BBQ with James & Tayla Moylan

HEMP Activism is concerned with becoming an irresistible agent for social change. Police Wrangling is all about staying legally healthy as an individual and an activist. This THE essential workshop for anyone who smokes Cannabis or engages in activism. All HEMPsters involved in the unfolding election campaign are invited to attend.

As well as being a HEMP Party candidate for the WA Senate, James Moylan, your host for the workshop, is an activist lawyer, the HEMP Campaign Director, Administrator of the annual Nimbin MardiGrass Event, Secretary of the Nimbin HEMP Embassy and a long time proponent of Cannabis law reform.

{If angry words and foul language disturbs you then you might want to give this one a miss.}

2014 Getup! “Now That’s a Party” Forum.

  • Sunday, 30 March, 3.30pm for a 4pm *sharp* start – finishing by 5.30pm
  • Perth Town Hall

More and more Australians are sick of politics as usual and frustrated by the ‘quality’ of our public debate. So we’ve organised a candidates forum where you can hear directly from some of the biggest names in smaller parties together in Perth for one Sunday session only.

WA SENate Candidates Forum

  • Monday, 31 March, 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start – 7.30pm forum close
  • Perth Town Hall

‘SEN Presents’ is focusing on the importance of the imminent WA Senate Election

Sustainable Energy Now aims to show how a mix of renewable energy technologies, including solar, wind, wave, geothermal and biomass, could meet all electrical demand on WA’s main electricity grid, called the South West Interconnected System.

As part of SEN’s campaign for a renewable energy future, we have invited Senate Candidates to discuss their Energy Policies.

The event will give the Western Australian public the opportunity to ask questions of their Senate candidates.

Please spread this invitation out widely to all your friends and colleagues. http://www.sen.asn.au/



Meet father and daughter, James and Tayla Moylan, Western Australia Federal Senate Candidates for the HEMP Party.

The WA Senate Campaign Big Joint Tour will be in the South of WA on April 1, 2 & 3 and we are looking for HEMPsters in the following areas to help HEMP make a splash and have some fun.

HEMP is asking local members to put up their hands to help contact other local members, friends and supporters (and perhaps also the local press).

If locals want to change any venue then just say so.

This is YOUR event so lets get together and talk Cannabis law reform (and laugh and enjoy the day as well).

  • Fremantle – Tuesday 1st April, Arthur Head Reserve (look for the Big Joint) from 10am.
  • Margaret River – Wednesday 2nd April, Reuther Park from 10am
  • Rockingham – Thursday 3rd of April, Bell Park from 10am

We will talk about policies, building the HEMP WA Branch, and will try to answer any questions about Cannabis. If there are enough people at any event then James Moylan will also present a 20 minute workshop ‘Protecting Your Legal Health’.

 James Moylan

Look for Group T on the WA Senate ballot paper.

Vote 1 HEMP to re-legalise and regulate Cannabis for personal, medical and industrial use.

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