Frydenberg has admitted he risks losing his job to the former director of neurology at the Royal Children’s Hospital, whom Frydenberg has described as a “fake” independent. She responded in a debate on Thursday, labeling the incumbent the “New South Wales Treasurer” who had failed to deliver a healthy economy or action on climate change.
Vision in a now unavailable Instagram post, viewed by Ageshowing a Ryan supporter allegedly defacing the sign is the first evidence showing that a supporter of either major candidate has committed vandalism.
Age has spoken with a relative of the young woman who allegedly drew clown features on a photo of Frydenberg. They confirmed the woman, who Age She chose not to identify herself to protect her privacy, was excited about the election campaign, and supported Ryan.
A spokesman for the Ryan campaign said the woman who allegedly defaced the property was not listed in the campaign’s volunteer database. There is no evidence that she has a formal role in the campaign team, which has raised around $1.4 million from 3,000 donors and knocked on nearly 8,000 doors in Kooyong.
“Regarding the vandalism of Mr. Frydenberg’s campaign materials, all Dr. Ryan campaign volunteers are required to sign a code of conduct that includes a commitment not to engage in any activity that brings the campaign into disrepute,” the spokesperson said. from Ryan.
“Any volunteer found to have violated that promise or damaged another candidate’s campaign materials will be immediately removed from Dr. Ryan’s campaign.”
A police spokesman said detectives were investigating an incident on Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn. “The vandalism is believed to have taken place at various times and places from February until now,” the spokesperson said, urging those with knowledge more to contact Crimestoppers.
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