I’m Jacinta Nampijinpa Price, Senator for the Northern Territory and the former deputy mayor of Alice Springs.
I’ve been turning the tables on the left for years.
Almost two decades ago, I started working in the NT to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
I’ve been unafraid to call it like it is ever since.
In 2015, I was elected to the Alice Springs Town Council where I’ve fought hard to improve the lives of Indigenous kids and tackled the tough issues that face our community, like domestic violence.
More recently, I’ve worked as the Indigenous program director at the Centre for Independent Studies, and I’m a regular on Sky News.
Now’s the time to take the fight for our children and our families to Canberra.
I’m about making sure Australians take a cold, hard look at the difficult truths when finding realistic solutions to the toughest issues.
I’m about being fearless when taking on our political opponents.
But most of all, I’m about never giving in. No matter what they throw at me. No matter how difficult the question.
I know Australia faces many challenges, but none we can’t overcome when you and I are fighting in the same corner.
And right now, we need to fight like we’ve never fought before.
My mission is just like yours: cutting through the nonsense, putting our families first.
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