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This is from an email Family First sent to supporters last week (asking for donations to support their campaign):
...Our Value Your Vote website resource for families to inform them this Election has experienced phenomenal success with 100,000 copies of the pamphlet ordered and printed, and almost 20,000 views on our website in just the first month since it was launched - and our radio ads have only just started! This is more than double the demand of the resource when we produced it in 2008...For 100,000 pamplets to break the $12,000 limit they'd need to cost more than 12c each, and they appear to be full colour and several pages long. Plus there's the (soon to come) radio ads, the website costs, and the possibility (which seems high imho) that they will exceed 100,000 leaflets. Surely all this would exceed $12,000?
So why aren't Family First a registered promoter? They have an authorisation statement on their materials. But they are absent from the register of promoters.
Genuine question: is this a breach of the law?