Coffee Bean Poll 2010 Federal Election :: Miss Maud
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Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll Federal Election 2010

The Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll predicted primary vote: party leader suggests a strong coffee needed as community digests final offerings in

2010 Federal Election

Coffee Bean Poll 2010 Results :: Miss MaudMelita Markey, Manager Partnerships, Mission Australia; the Very Reverend Dr John Shepherd, Dean of Perth; Miss Maud & Georgina Sharp, Manager Fundraising & Communications, Anglicare
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With the 2010 Federal Election outcome finally announced Maud Edmiston aka Miss Maud, leader of the Morning Tea Party of WA, thanked the 50,276 supporters who had dropped a bean in the beakers of the Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll to share their views in the lead up to the election.

The popular MTPWA party leader said that while her customers had predicted the flavour of the primary vote (around 700,000 more people voted for the coalition than labor thereby leaving the poll’s track record intact) with the many post election day treats that were put on the table a moveable feast had been created which had changed the mix and put plenty of heat in the kitchen of Australian politics.

Miss Maud said the outcome for this Federal Election represented a variety of tastes which would likely take some digesting, with the popular party leader suggested a strong coffee may be needed as the community takes time to digest the new offerings.

The Miss Maud Coffee Bean Poll has become a Federal and State election tradition since the first coffee beans were cast for the Federal Election in 1996. With a simple philosophy that ‘Every opinion matters: Every bean counts’ the poll encourages customer involvement in the important issues of the day resulting in a rich brew of community opinion.

“I’m pleased to have again been able to get my customers involved in such an important community conversation which provided food for thought leading into the election and gave my many customers a voice,” said Miss Maud.

Miss Maud’s 'Snap Bean Poll' which asked customers to list their top concerns put health and hospitals at top of the list, followed by education, two issues which rose to the top in the Prime Minister’s acceptance speech.

Miss Maud said that the traditional 'blessing of the beans' by the Dean of Perth, the Very Reverend Dr John Shepherd at her election party the day before Australia went to the polls was icing on the cake but would likely be important in the days ahead.

 

Every opinion matters, Every bean counts Bean Counters from WHK Horwath
'Every opinion matters, Every bean counts.'
Customer placing her coffee bean vote
Bean Counters from WHK Horwath

 
 
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