Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis.A question about marriage equality has been included, as promised, in the “biggest-ever” community survey of the Gilmore electorate.
Early last month, Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis created waves when she claimed her opposition to marriage equality reflected the views of her electorate.
Mrs Sudmalis’ stance, made known just a day after Opposition Leader Bill Shorten introduced a bill to change the definition of marriage to “the union of two people”, prompted supporters to voice their frustration via an online change.org petition, “Listen to the Electorate: Support Marriage Equality”.
At the time, the MP couldn’t say if the petition would change her stance, but told the Mercury a community newsletter would include a survey on the issue.
The newsletter and associated survey, which includes the question “Do you support same-sex marriage?”, went live on Mrs Sudmalis’ website – annsudmalismp南京夜网419论坛 – on Monday afternoon.
Gilmore residents can expect a hard copy in their mailbox over coming days.
“This survey is the biggest survey I have conducted in my electorate since the 2013 federal election and I am looking forward to hearing the views of Gilmore,” Mrs Sudmalis said.
The questionnaire, which also covers other subjects, should be returned by August 14.
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