Have your say at COTA SA’s State Election forums

The election forums have been held.

Thank you to everyone who attended and made them a great success.

Do you have a question or concern you want to put to South Australia's decision-makers ahead of polling day on March 17th?

COTA SA is holding three public forums on ageing in the lead-up to the State Election to enable you to have your say on issues affecting older South Australians, including housing, employment, healthcare, cost of living and other social and environmental issues.

Leaders Forum on Ageing

With Premier Jay Weatherill, Leader of the Opposition Steven Marshall and Leader of SA Best Nick Xenophon (subject to availability)

Wednesday 7th March 2018
10am to 11:30am
COTA SA Boardrooms
16 Hutt Street

Metropolitan Forums on Ageing

We have chosen two marginal metropolitan electorates to hold two other forums, and we will invite the candidates in those electorates to provide a run-down of their policies and plans for older South Australians should they be elected on March 17.

Each candidate will also be asked to respond to COTA SA's State Election Platform, which provides 25 key recommendations to promote the lives of older South Australians.

Electorate of Wright

Includes suburbs of Salisbury East, parts of Golden Grove, Greenwith, Gulfview Heights and Wynn Vale

Tuesday 6th March 2018
1pm to 3pm
Jubilee Community Centre Main Hall
7-13 Jubilee Way

Electorate of Hurtle Vale

Includes Old Reynella, Reynella East, Woodcroft and parts of Happy Valley and Morphett Vale

Friday 9th March 2018
1pm to 3pm
Woodcroft-Morphett Vale Neighbourhood Centre
175 Bains Road, Morphett Vale

RSVPs are essential and places are filling fast, so please call COTA SA Reception on 8232 0422 or email lrogers@cotasa.org.au to book your place. If you would like to submit a question in advance, you can also do this when you RSVP.