Family First Campaign


Family First election app is fun and games – with a serious side.

Family First is proud to announce a phone and tablet app just in time for the federal election, available for free now on the Google Play.”Family First is the party for Australians of all ages,” says Bob Day. “Our new app features games and interactive tools to find out about the voting process, and our party, in a fun and informative way.””The best feature of the app is the voting game, making voting fun,” says Day.”The game is located on the front page with an Australian map jigsaw puzzle and 21 different Family First policies to vote from. It allows users to vote for one Family First policy at a time.

“Every time you vote, you will receive one point and if you invite your friends to download the app, you earn 2 points. When you reach a certain number of points, you will be entitled to different upgrades/rewards.”

Family First is confident many Australian voters will download the app to find out more about the key messages of the party.

 

Promotional Video of Family First App

 

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