Arts Party Leader stands for NSW Parliament

As the Arts Party gathers its forces, leader PJ Collins is putting himself on the ticket in NSW.
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The fledgling party dedicated to pushing an agenda for a creative Australia is not yet registered to stand in state elections. 

But leader Patrick James (PJ) Collins, is not waiting for the slow wheels of electoral registration. He will stand as an
independent candidate for the Legislative Council in the NSW State Elections on 28 March 2015.

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Deborah Stone
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Deborah Stone is a Melbourne journalist and communications professional. She is a former Editor of ArtsHub and a former Fairfax feature writer.