At the public health summit meeting on 8 October 2014, it was agreed that the development of a collaborative agenda would enable a fragmented profession to speak with greater clarity on measures needed to improve the public’s health. One of the four initial priorities was to compile a list of public health asks for the first 100 days of the new national administration, following the general election in May 2015. This investigation reports on the present priorities of  network members and how these align with party political promises, as they stand at 30 April 2015