Nomi Kaltmann

Independent Candidate for Caulfield

My name is Nomi Kaltmann and I am the independent candidate for the seat of Caulfield. I stand for integrity in politics, climate action, strong economy and gender equality.

What I stand for


There are too many scandals in politics. Parliament should reflect the best in our community, not the worst.

Strong Local Economy

I will push for policies that will grow our economy, so that you and your kids can afford to buy a house and energy prices remain reasonable.

Climate Action

Climate action has to be at the centre of everything we do.

Gender Equality

We need policies that encourage women to join the workforce and take up positions of leadership in business and Government.


Spending on healthcare has to be more targeted to ensure that all Victorians get a better level of service

Cost of living

We live in one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Homelessness is not a necessary evil: it is a policy choice.

Gambling Reform

The time has come to properly regulate this industry and stop casinos and pokies profiting from the misery and destruction of our friends and family members.

As an Independent Candidate for Caulfield, I will listen to YOU.  NOT big business and NOT big donors.

Am I in Nomi’s Electorate? (Caulfield?)

The Caulfield Electorate covers the suburbs of Caulfield, Caulfield North, Caulfield South, Caulfield East, Elsternwick, Gardenvale, Ripponlea and Balaclava and parts of St Kilda East, St Kilda, Glen Huntly and Ormond within South-East Melbourne.

How do I know if I’m registered to vote?
It only takes a few minutes to check if you are registered to vote and also to check your details.  If you have recently turned 18, moved, changed your name from marriage, divorce or by choice, it is a good idea to check your details are correct.  You can check on the Victorian Electoral Commission website here.
What happens if I don’t vote?

If you don’t vote in a Federal, State or council election you may get a fine. To view the steps that will be taken visit the VEC website.

When do I vote?

Voting date is on Saturday 26 November and you can vote from 8am to 6pm on election day.  There are other options such as to vote early, or by postal vote if you can’t get to a polling booth on election day. Find out more about the many ways to vote with the Victorian Electoral Commission.