On 25 November Queensland will elect a new government after a 28 day election campaign featuring stunts, slogans and sound bites.
Some parties will publish policies and make promises and some of them may intend to do what they say. But will the candidates competing for Redlands voters be dealing with the issues important to our local community?
Election issues – which ones are important?
Help us find out what the key issues are in the Redlands by picking from the following list.
These are issues, not plans or policies (links to party policies are provided below the poll).
Pick any number from just one to all of them (if you think they are all important to you).
This is your chance to tell the politicians what they should be talking about while campaigning.
If you think we’ve missed a big issue from this list let us know, by email to thereporter@Redlands2030.net
Plans and policies of political parties are available on their websites.
It’s worth taking a close look at these policies. Here are some examples of what parties say:
- The number of state parliamentarians will be cut from 91 to 45 if Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party wins government.
- Tenants will have the right to have a pet in their rental property if the Greens can implement their policies.
- Family First supports the creation of community based schools or transfer of public schools into community ownership, so as to minimise state interference in the operation of schools.
- The LNP will progress a business case for a SEQ Very Fast Train network linking the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay.
- Labor will ensure coastal development is managed sustainably, for current and future generations, by considering the social and environmental impacts in addition to the economic benefits.
Links to the policy statements of the main parties are provided below:
Find the candidates
If you want to find out which candidates are running in your electorate check our recent post: