If you want to be involved in doing politics differently please consider donating to support Victoria Davidson’s community independent campaign for Lane Cove.
We rely on support from members of our community to fund printing, advertising, running this website and a host of other items required to run Victoria’s campaign for the March NSW election.
Campaign donation rules
All donations to Victoria's campaign must comply with NSW Electoral Commission regulations. See the NSW Electoral Commission website here.
The donation cap for independent candidates is $3,300 per donor, in aggregate, per financial year. You are unable to donate more than this amount to Victoria Davidson for the March 2023 election.
Under the Electoral Funding Act 2018 (NSW) it is unlawful for a ‘prohibited donor’ to make donations to a NSW candidate.
A “prohibited donor” is a:
(a) a property developer;
(b) a tobacco industry business entity; or
(c) a liquor or gambling industry business entity:
(d) close associates (being directors, officers and their spouses or people with 20% or more of the vote) of these prohibited donors, and
(e) any industry representative organisation if the majority of its members are prohibited donors.
Further details about what each of the above terms mean can be found here. If you have any concerns about whether you might be a prohibited donor, please contact us or the NSW Electoral Commission before donating.
If you donate more than $1,000 to Victoria Davidson's campaign in FY22/23 you will be disclosed as a donor on the NSW Electoral Commission website within 21 days of donating and will need to submit a donor return in July 2023.