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Dai Le – Liberal candidate on Australia in NSW State Election 2011

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This coming Saturday (March 26, 2011), we will find out if Dai Le will become first Vietnamese to elect to Australia parliament.

You could check for updated information at below URL and information in Vietnamese language too

http://vietvoters.info/pb/wp_223b0c7f/wp_223b0c7f.html

NSW State Election 2011

Saturday 26 March, 2011

Web site : http://www.votensw.info/

NSW State Election 2011 (March 26, 2011 )

Poll are open from 8am to 6pm

Vietnamese – Instructions for Voting on election day at NSW State Elections

http://elections.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/83819/SE.453B_Instructions_for_Voting_Vietnamese_Web.pdf

Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National Telephone: 13 14 50

03/24/11: It’s like campaigning in a Vietnamese town
03/23/11: “Nick Lalich’s team has been handing out a Vietnamese-language Labor leaflet featuring pictures of Ms Hanson, local Liberal candidate Dai Le, and Chris Spence, a former One Nation member who is the Liberal candidate for The Entrance.”, from Labor MP defends race card in Cabramatta by Sydney Morning Herald
03/23/11: Labor plays race card in Cabramatta-Le
03/23/11: “The pamplets, written in Chinese and Vietnamese, show Ms Le alongside Pauline Hanson, Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell and Chris Spence, a former One Nation candidate who is now standing for the Liberal Party in the Central Coast seat of The Entrance.”, from Premier defends dirty Labor tactics by Cumberland Courier Newspapers
03/22/11: “Cabramatta Liberal candidate Dai Le is hoping to become the first Vietnamese refugee to be popularly elected to an Australian parliament.”, from Cabramatta candidate explains boat policy by SBS
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