Election Commitment Tracker

Council has been tracking the election commitments and budgeted funds for the Frankston City community from Victorian and Federal Governments. 

2022 State Election Commitments

The State election will be held on Saturday 26 November 2022. You can view each candidates local election commitments across the three state electorates covering Frankston City (Frankston, Carrum and Hastings) below.

Paul Edbrooke – Australian Labor Party Candidate for Frankston

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Michael O’Reilly – Liberal Party Candidate for Frankston

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Sonya Kilkenny – Australian Labor Party Candidate for Carrum

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Bec Buchanan – Liberal Party Candidate for Carrum

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Briony Hutton – Liberal Party Candidate for Hastings

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Paul Mercurio – Australian Labor Party Candidate for Hastings

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2022 Federal Election Commitments

The Federal election was held on Saturday 21 May 2022, with Peta Murphy being re-elected as the Federal Member for Dunkley. We have removed previous candidate’s election commitments as we focus our advocacy on ensuring the new Federal Government’s election commitments to Frankston City are delivered. You can view these commitments below.

Peta Murphy – Australian Labor Party Candidate for Dunkley

Council Key Asks

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Other Commitments

  • $170,000 election commitment towards an upgrade of Langwarrin Skate Park.
  • $850,000 election commitment for a permanent fit-for-purpose neighbourhood house and gathering place for Nairm Marr Djambana, a culturally-safe gathering place in Frankston that supports the area’s growing First Nations community.
  • $13,000 election commitment to purchase new play equipment for children enrolled in childcare and three-year old kinder at the Langwarrin Community Centre.
  • Election commitment to fund seven new community sectors workers in the Frankston Mornington Peninsula region. These additional workers could help up to 560 women experiencing violence who might otherwise be turned away.
  • Election commitment to deliver a community battery for Carrum Downs.