People First Party
People First Party
The People First party is offering free membership. Click the red button and fill in your info to sign up. It will take you less than 2 minutes to join our movement.
Will you join our fight to put normal people first? Get updates from us.
What Projects Are We Working On?
This month, we are focusing on two important issues. Take action by signing our petition to show your support for our initiatives.
The Chinese-owned Landbridge Group currently has a 99-year lease to own the Port of Darwin. We want to take back our port from China and return it to Australian ownership.
The state of water corruption is a disaster in Australia. We want to end the corruption and secure our long term water security.
We aren't like other political parties.
We don't take corporate political donations or donations from lobbyists.
Can you chip in a few bucks a month to fund us?
Want to support us but unsure what to do next? In the action centre, we will give you some actions that you can do to have a big impact on the success of our political party.
The best way for you to take action is to click here to sign up as a free member.
It will take you less than 2 minutes to fill out our online membership application form.
To win elections and promote our movement we need volunteers on the ground taking action. Click here to sign up as a volunteer.
Help the People First Party grow our organisation and be a strong, effective political force in Australia.
The People First Party is strict when it comes to donations. We never want to be in the pocket of someone else.
That means we have decided to not accept any corporate political donations or donations from lobbyists. Instead, we are solely funded by normal people like you.
The next action step you can take is clicking here, and setting up a monthly donation to us.
This recurring donation will go towards allowing us to be a fully independent political force.
Here's What Events Are Coming Up:
Have a chat with Finn Armstrong-Schmakeit on Social media and follow his social media accounts.
Short daily videos, interactive surveys and general posts.
Finn is most active here.
Videos on political topics and livestreams.
Tiktoks posted most days on Australian political topics.