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Funding so far…

The Mildura electorate has received more than $300 million in direct Victorian Government funding since Ali's 2018 election.

As of July 5, 2021 – We’ve received funding for…

  • Beulah – $788,195
  • Birchip – $928,600
  • Buloke Shire – $9,192,100
  • Cardross – $800,000
  • Hopetoun – $9,510,000
  • Irymple – $3,332,500
  • Koorlong – $1,900,000
  • Manangatang – $12,685,000
  • Merbein – $9,460,000
  • Mildura – $59,631,595
  • Mildura Rural City – $40,507,000
  • (The) Millewa – $10,000,000
  • Murrayville – $500,000
  • Nullawil – $726,000
  • Ouyen – $148,780
  • Patchewollock – $400,000
  • Red Cliffs – $565,903
  • Robinvale – $5,460,000
  • Sea Lake – $1,750,000
  • Tempy – $65,000
  • Underbool – $705,000
  • Werrimull – $100,000
  • Woomelang – $600,000
  • Wycheproof – $1,304,171
  • Yaapeet – $1,520,000
  • Yarriambiack Shire – $4,120,000

As well as…

  • Whole of electorate funding – $49,660,000
  • A share of $376,400,000 for statewide and region-based funding 

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