Snagvotes tracks the location of sausage sizzles, cake stalls, and other fundraising activities on election day. The underlying objective is to celebrate our democracy, encourage participation in the democratic process and offer support for community groups and volunteers that run sausage sizzles and stalls on election day, as it is an important means of fundraising for them. #Snagvotes and #DemocracySausage promotes these fundraising initiatives through the election sausage sizzle map, social media, and traditional channels. It has been running since 2010 (see history) with the fantastic help of a number of contributors.

The message is “Get together with your community and enjoy a sausage on election day – a great Australian tradition”.

2016 Federal Election Sausage Sizzles and Cake Stalls

We are now tracking the details about each sausage sizzle, cake stall, arts and crafts stand or other fundraiser on 2 July 2016 - federal election day. If you know of a sausage sizzle or other fundraising activity at your local school, scout hall, or other location please add it to the map by clicking on the button below.

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2016 Federal Election Sausage sizzle and cake stall counter

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Previous Record: 1470
(Federal Election 2013, 19% of all polling booths)

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If you have any questions about the sausage sizzle map, please email me, Grant Castner or call 0458 770 749.

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