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Wodonga Project campaign releases election scorecard on Benambra candidates

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Updated November 22 2022 - 8:20pm, first published 7:00pm
Junction Support Services CEO Megan Hanley with Wodonga Senior Secondary College principal Vern Hilditch and Junction's Rachel Habgood at the launch of the Building Brighter Futures 3690 campaign in October. Picture by James Wiltshire
Junction Support Services CEO Megan Hanley with Wodonga Senior Secondary College principal Vern Hilditch and Junction's Rachel Habgood at the launch of the Building Brighter Futures 3690 campaign in October. Picture by James Wiltshire

Five key candidates for the seat of Benambra have been given a scorecard on their commitment to securing a project for Wodonga to help stem youth homelessness.

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