Depending on what party your MP belongs to, we need to send a different message. For example:
Liberal MPs need to hear that we don’t support a $5Bn slush fund for Matt Canavan to use to pick favoured projects in his neighbourhood, and that there are better ways to invest $5Bn in Northern Australia e.g. renewable energy projects, better communications, and to support innovation in sustainable agriculture
National MPs need to hear they should back their actual constituency - farmers - instead of big mining interests. They should speak out against a a mine that will give unlimited, free water to Adani, and get $1BN in public funding to do it.
Labor MPs need to declare their active opposition to public funding for this project, and we can also push them to go further to oppose the project outright.
Crossbenchers (Greens, Independents, Xenophon Team, One Nation) hold a myriad of views, but it is always worthwhile letting them know where their constituents (i.e. you) stand - your opposition to NAIF funding for this project, and the depth of community opposition to the project overall.
For a snapshot of where each political party stands on NAIF, and where we need them to be, see this one page backgrounder.