Contact Us on the WhatsApp icon to send us a message or email

McIntyre Report Political Talk Show

The Vladimir Putin Interview

Recent News

The next 3 minutes will transform your life forever.

Get our free News Emails on latest articles, alerts and solutions for both legal templates and ways to help fight back against the Globalists vax Mandates , and health resources to boost your immune system and ways to Protect from deadly EMF 5G radiation and more.


Australian National Review - News with a Difference!

How you can advertise on

Help us help defend free speech and save democracy from the World Economic Forum planned Totalitarian Great Reset. and help us expose the Covid Fraudsters

Australia’s failed ‘Yes’ campaign received four times as much money in Voice referendum


Financial disclosure data released by the Australian Electoral Commission on Tuesday morning highlighted a stark contrast in financial support between the campaigns advocating for and against the Voice referendum. Analysis by Australian media revealed that the “Yes” campaign received a substantial $64.1 million in donations, towering over the “No” side’s $15.5 million.

Despite this considerable funding advantage, the Voice to Parliament initiative was defeated both nationally, with a 60% to 40% vote, and at the state level, where no jurisdiction garnered a majority of “Yes” votes.

Leading the fundraising for the “Yes” campaign was Australians for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition, which amassed $47.5 million, followed by the University of New South Wales with over $11 million.

On the opposing side, conservative lobby groups Australians for Unity and Advance Australia received $11.8 million and $1.3 million, respectively, with the Liberal Party acquiring $1.9 million in donations.

The “Yes” campaign’s financial backing predominantly came from corporate giants, unions, and philanthropic organisations.

Notably, the Paul Ramsay Foundation contributed over $7 million, with major banks ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, and NAB collectively donating over $7.9 million.

Despite the immense financial efforts, the “Yes” vote faced a significant defeat, raising questions about the impact of financial backing on referendum outcomes.

The Australian Electoral Commission estimated the cost of the referendum to taxpayers at approximately $450 million.

Source link

Original Source

Related News

Let’s not lose touch…Your Government and Big Tech are actively trying to censor the information reported by The ANR to serve their own needs. Subscribe now to make sure you receive the latest uncensored news in your inbox…