This September, Darren Brollo will proudly represent the Animal Justice Party in his hometown of Newcastle. A proponent of equality for all species, Darren’s message is simple, ‘We must do better for the animals, we must do better for the environment, and we must do better for the
vulnerable in our society – that is my mission.”
If elected, Darren will ensure animal issues are at the forefront of debate, including pound reform and subsidised desexing and registration. He will work collaboratively with local organisations to make real change for vulnerable and disadvantaged people within the Newcastle community, move to ban the sale of single-use plastic on council-controlled lands, and address over-development and habitat destruction.
‘Being elected to Council would be an incredible privilege and opportunity to contribute positively to all sectors of my community. Your voice will be heard.’
Darren is often out and about with his 11-year-old rescued Golden Retriever, Bella, and his more recent Dingo/Kelpie rescue, Indie. He is very happily married with two teenage children and feels honoured to have been selected by the Animal Justice Party to be a voice for the animals, the environment, and the most vulnerable in our society.