I'm quite excited, my first ad and election materials have come back from the printers ready for distribution. We'd love to have more volunteers to help us so if you have some free time and want to help my campaign, please I'd love to hear from you.
SOUTH BRISBANE ELECTORAL ROLL CLOSES 5pm SATURDAY 7 APRIL
GREENS SAY, "DON"T MISS OUT, ENROL NOW!'
Today Wednesday and yesterday Jo Bragg, Greens Candidate for South Brisbane talked to young people in West End about using their right to vote. Many had enrolled to vote already but not all!
The Queensland Greens are disappointed that the ALP is lowering the standard of democracy and ethical electioneering with the issuing of fake how to vote cards (HTV’s) to voters.
The fact remains that the Queensland Greens are not recommending any other party on their how to vote cards in 88 of 89 seats.
The Greens are the only party to oppose offshore dumping in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, as the Labor, Liberal and National parties voted down a Greens motion to stop any further offshore dumping approvals.
The fate of Queensland’s Bimblebox Nature Refuge lies with how much power Clive Palmer will have over a Queensland LNP Government, as the mining billionaire banks on being allowed to turn the part taxpayer-funded Refuge into a 40 million tonne coal mine.
Petrina Maizey, Greens Candidate for Albert: Response to Yatala Residents Alliance request for comment on issues affecting the area
Thank you for this opportunity to present the Greens perspective on finding solutions for the pressures of your area.
The Queensland Greens spokesperson Libby Connors today joined with candidates Frida Forsberg (Toowoomba North) and Trevor Smith (Toowoomba South) to release the Queensland Greens plan for electrification and upgrade of the Toowoomba Brisbane rail line. (Details attached)
The Greens Candidate for Yeerongpilly and state spokesperson Libby Connors says that her party has long issued warnings that Brisbane residents would soon personally feel the effects of the coal and gas rush but she was still taken aback that coal seam gas tenements had been assigned over Brisbane’s western suburbs.