Article by James Robertson, Political Editor
You can read article excerpts relating to Zoe here:
Bayside Council, in Liberal Tim Wilson’s federal electorate of Goldstein, has categorically denied it will fine households that are displaying signs backing independent candidate Zoe Daniels.
The council has knocked back Mr Wilson’s claim that such displays of support – popping up with increasing frequency in the affluent inner-Melbourne electorate – are illegal outside of an election campaign…
But Ms Daniel said Mr Wilson’s email to Goldstein constituents, which offered a Parliament House email address to which complaints could be reported, amounted to “bullying and intimidation”.
“It highlights the importance of Goldstein electing a member with safety for women at work, in the home and in the community as a top priority,” she said in a statement.