No campaign’s ‘fear, doubt’ strategy on Voice to parliament revealed
The Uluru Statement From the Heart painting. (Image credit: The Uluru Dialogue)
The campaign to sink the Voice has instructed volunteers to use fear and doubt rather than facts to trump arguments used by the Yes camp, federal politics reporter for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald Paul Sakkal has written.
Mr Sakkal has reported that in an online training session, the national campaigning chief for leading No activist group Advance, Chris Inglis, detailed the anti-Voice movement’s core strategy of playing on voters’ emotions.
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