Lyle Shelton, Senate Candidate for New South Wales

As a husband, father and grandfather, Lyle understands that your family needs a strong voice in parliament.

For nearly two decades, Lyle has been a tireless advocate for faith, life, family and freedom.

In 2017 he spearheaded the Coalition for Marriage's campaign to uphold the Marriage Act.

Now he's asking for your support to help give families like yours a voice in our nation's capital.

Why Your Support Matters

By donating to Lyle Shelton's campaign, you are contributing to a cause that champions:

  1. Amplifying Your Voice: Lyle Shelton is dedicated to representing your values in the Senate. With your support, he can boldly advocate for the beliefs and principles that matter to you.

  2. Advocating for Life: Lyle is a staunch defender of the sanctity of life from conception to natural death. He opposes abortion-on-demand and euthanasia, striving to protect the most vulnerable in our society.

  3. Defending Family Values: Your donation will help Lyle combat harmful gender ideologies and protect children from radical indoctrination in schools. He is committed to preserving traditional family values.

  4. Preserving Religious Freedom: By supporting Lyle's campaign, you are helping to ensure that Australians can freely practice their faith without fear of discrimination or persecution.

Make Your Contribution Today

Your best gift today will have a direct impact on empowering Lyle Shelton's campaign for the Senate. Together, we can stand strong for faith, life, family, and freedom.

Please donate today and join in making a difference for your family's future.

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Amounts received by Family First Party Australia of more than $16,300 in the 2023-24 financial year will be subject to disclosure under the provisions of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918. The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 prohibits the knowing receipt of donations from foreign donors. Foreign donors include:
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