Voters.Network - advancing Australia's future
Voters.Network - advancing Australia's future
Voters.Network - advancing Australia's future
HOW IT WORKS
To ensure that we form a genuine network, rather than a centralised body, we ask you to consider forming a hub of people around you. Just as the knots in a net give it strength, so each individual who runs a network hub encourages diversity and strengthens the position of voters in our network.

Each person who forms a hub will be known as a Hub Leader and will receive training in how to assist voters. One half of all access fees from each hub will be allocated to the Hub Leader responsible for that hub. Basic access is free but as people see what can be achieved they will most likely progress to Advanced Access.

Each Hub Leader will pass on information between voters.network administration and voters in their hub; arrange for their hub to participate in community conferences and surveys and help arrange workshops and other activities. Some hubs will be just a small group of friends. Others may embrace hundreds of voters across many electorates. Each hub voter can create their own hub with guidance from their Hub Leader, again enhancing the size and strength of the network.

The network is just a facilitator for influencing government. It does not convey any voting rights on administration of the network. Participants will have one vote each at community conferences and a Network Council will be made up of all the Hub Leaders. That will enable the effective networking of hubs and electorates across Australia to engage with, support, influence and rate our Members of Parliament.