Independent for Yerrabi

Below is my 2020 campaign website. Stay tuned for what 2024 will bring!

My name is David Pollard and I’m running as an Independent for Yerrabi for the Legislative Assembly in 2020. Join me during the campaign to make sure your voice is represented in our government.

During my campaign I will be demanding the things that our community has been calling out for, that have gone unanswered for years. An Independent crossbench ensures the people always have a voice in our government.  I promise to work for the benefit of the people, not a political machine or their major donors.

I will continue to develop policy positions with the community, so join my mailing list or follow me on social media to be part of the conversation.

– David Pollard

Vote 1 for David Pollard in column F, and vote 2 for Stephanie Pollard in column F
Community co-operative to anchor Giralang Shops - Woman shopping in grocery store
Reduce gambling harm - Person gambling on a poker machine
Donation reform - Hand putting money in to a ballot box
Group of people cooperating for environmental protection and sustainability in a park
Concept art for a modern police station
Public education - Pupils study in classroom
Gungahlin Community Council gets an update on the Cinema development
Canberra PCYC trailer and signage
Gungahlin Police Station
Blurred image of Futsal players in a game
Gold Creek School Senior Site
Gungahlin Bulls Junior Rugby League players on the field
Student with parent and school psychologist, all looking happy
Children playing soccer, with arms around each others shoulders
Intersection at Efkarpidis Street and Gungahlin Place
Topic announcement - censorship
Gungahlin Town Centre, view of Coles building
Supporting Active Travel - Man in smart casual clothes cycling past cars in traffic
Graphic of 5 puzzle pieces labelled Integrity (centre piece), Honesty, Trust, Conduct, and Ethics
Heading image - Woman looking worried reviewing bills on a computer
Construction site at the site of Giralang Shops
Land sales map of Throsby, showing the Mixed Use block, and the residential blocks behind it