Sydney District New South Wales State Election 2015 Declared Results
Polling Day Saturday 28 March 2015
New South Wales Electoral Commission
Victor P Taffa*
State Electoral District of Sydney
Electors Enrolled as on 28/03/2015: 53,109
First Preference Votes for each Candidate. Check Count Complete.
Candidate Representation Formal Votes % Formal Total Votes
LLOYD, Edwina ALP 6,303 14.74 %
TAFFA, Victor IND 213 0.50 %
GREENWICH, Alex IND 16,947 39.64 %
PELZMAN, David NLT 495 1.16 %
PANDELOS, Patrice LIB 14,037 32.84 %
RZETELSKI, Joanna 230 0.54 %
ADDAE, Elaine CDP 367 0.86 %
BRENTIN, Chris GRN 4,156 9.72 %
TOTAL FORMAL VOTES 42,748 100.00 %
Two Candidate Preferred Result
GREENWICH, Alex IND 20,612 58.07%
PANDELOS, Patrice LIB 14,885 41.93%
ALP Australian Labor Party
NLT No Land Tax
LIB Liberal Party
CDP Christian Democratic Party
GRN The Greens
*Editor Victor P Taffa contested the seat of Sydney as an Independent Candidate.
Since 1999, Editor Victor P Taffa has contested elections that support Heavy Rail Expansion and Improvements. The public wants High Speed Rail (HSR) at speeds of 450 Km/h to every Capital City including Hobart via a Roll-on Roll-off Rail Ferry across Bass Strait in preference to Rapid Transit Metro Rail in Sydney and Melbourne.
In starving Editor Victor P Taffa of campaign funds and resources in the district of Sydney over a 12 month period has done nothing to diminish Victor P Taffa as a person nor the issue of Heavy Rail Expansion and the public demand for HSR.
Sydney and Melbourne do not need two conflicting Rail Technologies and this is being bourne out in voting patterns across the State of New South Wales.
Editor Victor P Taffa will contest a State Election again.
Editor Victor P Taffa will not contest the next Federal or Local Government Elections.
VICTOR P TAFFA INDEPENDENT FOR SYDNEY
Victor contested the State seat of Sydney at the 28 March 2015 New South Wales State Election on a number of very important issues that affects the residents of the State Electorate of Sydney. Issues such as
- Early Lock Out Laws and Liquor Trading Zones
- Kings Cross Safety
- George Street Light Rail Project
- Other Public Transport measures included in Victor’s 5 Point Plan
- Public Housing
- Queen Victoria Square
- Restaurant/Lounge Carriages for every train
- Zero Tolerance Policing
Victor has held two public evenings that enabled the community to have their say on vital issues that affects them.
George Street Sydney Light Rail Project:
Victor is involved with the George Street Light Rail Community Forums that includes the Light Rail Project to Kingsford and Randwick.
Victor lodged a 4 part EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) Submission with the New South Wales Department of Planning that was basically supportive of the Inner East Light Rail Project. Victor opposed the purchase and demolition of a Block of Units in Surry Hills.
Victor supports the Surry Hills Community and the Taxi Industry over concerns with the Light Rail Project. Copies of these Submissions can be downloaded from www.isput.com.au
Railways Lottery For New South Wales:
Victor supports a Railways Lottery that would go towards the construction of new Railway Lines.
Victor opposes discrimination by Insurance Companies against those with a Terminal Illness such as HIV. Some people argue that HIV is God’s punishment for sins of people. The question then that should be asked is how that very same God who gave people HIV also gave people Cancer.
Zero Tolerance Policing:
Victor supports Zero Tolerance Policing and opposes the Early Lock Out Laws and Liquor Trading Zones.
Kings Cross Safety:
Currently Kings Cross Railway Station closes at 1.30a.m. at the same time as Early Lock Out Laws commence. Victor supports the restoration of the Taxi Rank on Darlinghurst Road opposite Kings Cross Railway Station and a Friday/Saturday Night ban for through traffic on Darlinghurst Road between Greenknowe Avenue and Bayswater Road except for taxis and emergency vehicles.
Victor lodged a Submission with Sydney City Council and New South Wales Taxi Council, recommending that the Bayswater Road Taxi Rank be relocated back to Darlinghurst Road directly opposite Kings Cross Railway Station. The new Rank would be a security Rank and as long as the old Rank. Victor is a Former Taxi Driver.
Victor Has A 5 Point Plan For Sydney:
- 24 Hour Trains
- Bradfield Line
- Sydney CBD City Circle Light Rail Line
- Wynyard Railway Station Platforms 1 & 2 to be used for Heavy Rail Trains
- Woollahra Railway Station to be built
Connection With The Sydney Electorate:
Victor has had many connections and involvement with the Sydney Electorate over many years. Victor was also a Member of the Taxi Club on Flinders Street, Darlinghurst. These connections include:
- Born at St. Margaret’s Hospital Darlinghurst
- Friends who operate businesses at Pyrmont, Ultimo
- Lodged 4 Supportive EIS Submissions of Inner East Light Rail Lines
- Lodged Supportive EIS Submission to move Carpark from Wynyard Station to Barangaroo South
- Lodged Submissions are contained in www.isput.com.au
- Member of Harbour City Bears
- Member of MAG
- Member of Paddington-Woollahra RSL
- Member of Souths Juniors
- Member of Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)
- Support for Heavy Rail Sydney CBD Bradfield Line as contained in www.isput.com.au
- Support for Light Rail Sydney CBD City Circle Line as contained in www.isput.com.au
- Taxi Driver particularly through Sydney CBD and Eastern Suburbs
- Visit local Doctors
- Worked at David Jones Foodhall, Market Street Store
- Worked at South Sydney Leagues Club, Chalmers Street Redfern
- Worked at Sydney City Council, via Drake International
Sydney Electoral Boundaries:
According to the New South Wales Electoral Commission, should a By-Election be held prior to 28 March 2015 the electoral boundaries that will be used for such By-Election will be the current Boundaries. The Map that is posted on this website and these Boundaries listed are for the Seat of Sydney at the 28 March 2015 New South Wales Election.
New South Head Rd, Ocean St.
Broadway, George St, Pitt St, Eddy Ave, Foveaux St, Fitzroy St, Moore Park Rd, Oxford St.
Harris St, Western Distributor, Light Rail Line, Wattle St, Blackwattle Bay, Johnstons Bay, Darling Harbour.
Statement Of Intent:
When Victor P Taffa is elected on 28 March 2015 as the Member for Sydney in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Victor will move into the electorate and reside within or as close as possible to electoral boundaries.
Residing within the electorate or as close as possible to is most important for the electors and residents of the Sydney Electorate.
The only tier of Government that has a residential rule in order to contest an election is Local Government. State and Federal Government does not have such residential rule.
Naming Of Electorate:
Naming of electorates is made by respective Electoral Commissions and the Boundaries Commission. Sydney as are other Capital Cities around Australia are among the few electorates that has all three tiers of Government with the same name. There are the Federal Seat of Sydney, State Seat of Sydney and the Council of the City of Sydney.