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Yes campaign connects with commuters

The Yes campaign will connect with millions of commuters across Australia this week as volunteers blitz public transport stops and popular major capital city roads.

Yes23’s 30 000 plus volunteers will be out greeting commuters during peak travel periods at almost 160 different train stations, bus stops, ferry wharves and busy intersections.

Yes23 Campaign Director Dean Parkin said there was a lot of positivity and goodwill on the ground for the Yes campaign from Australians.

"We are taking the Yes campaign to new heights this week, as we amplify efforts to engage with voters across the country," Mr Parkin said.

“We will be blitzing popular transit hubs across the country and I encourage Australians to come and engage with our campaign.

"Our 30 000 volunteers will be everywhere, as we take the conversation about voting Yes on 14 October to every part of the country.

“We know that many Australians remain undecided on how they will vote in this referendum, and we are focused on reaching these people with our positive message between now and polling day.

“It’s time to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our nation’s founding document and to do this through listening, which will help achieve better outcomes on the ground.”

As the Yes23 campaign continues to build momentum, those interested in joining the growing group of people putting their hand up to volunteer can visit:

About Yes23

Yes23 brings together grassroots organisations all campaigning for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through a voice to parliament.

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