WHEN The Star covered the Charlton electorate on August 14, the nominations for the candidates had not closed.
The candidates covered were Kevin Baker (Liberal), Steven Camilleri (Christian Democratic), Pat Conroy (Labor) and Browyn Reid (Palmer United Australia).
Since then, the nominations have closed.
As of August 16, the electorate has seven declared candidates.
The three additional candidates are Trevor Anthoney, Brian Burston and Dessie Kocher.
Charlton is considered very safe for Labor this election, with a 12.7 per cent holding.
Name: Name: Trevor Anthoney
Party: Bullet Train for Australia
What are you standing for? ‘‘Bullet Train for Australia party wants a better Australia for our children. We want a boost to our local economies with a goal that will create thousands of jobs for Australians. We want Australia to have cutting-edge transport that is green, efficient, good for our families, community and planet.’’
Name: Dessie Kocher
Party: The Greens
What are you standing for? ‘‘Greens will deliver an adequately funded, accessible health system and a high standard of public education through to TAFE and university.
‘‘They will create new jobs in renewable energy and treat refugees with compassion. An ex-teacher, I now run a shop and will stand up for small business.’’
■ One Nation candidate for Charlton, Brian Burston, was contacted by The Star but did not submit any information by the deadline.