How they fared at the Isis fo­rum

Isis Town and Country - - News -

PETER Wy­att over­flowed with pas­sion when­ever he took the stage.

He pushed In­dian hemp and his fo­cus on se­niors, but the way he backed Mr Ben­nett’s com­ments was sim­ply bizarre. RICHARD Love con­tin­ued along a sim­i­lar path to the rest of the cam­paign so far.

He at­tacked the ma­jor par­ties, com­pelled vot­ers to take a chance and dan­gled a po­ten­tial in­ter­na­tional air­port for the re­gion. STEPHEN Ben­nett looked frus­trated, as if he was long­ing for a se­ri­ous de­bate.

He begged for a chance to ex­plain Strong Choices, and ve­he­mently at­tacked the “mis­in­for­ma­tion” about 99-year leases. BRYAN Mustill’s heart might be in the right place but he is ei­ther un­pre­pared or lacks con­fi­dence.

His op­por­tu­nity to sell him­self to Isis vot­ers was sti­fled by shuf­fling pa­pers and mid-sen­tence pauses.

PHOTO: MATTHEW MCIN­ER­NEY

PUP’s Richard Love.

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

In­de­pen­dent Peter Wy­att.

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

La­bor’s Bryan Mustill.

PHOTO: MAX FLEET

LNP’s Stephen Ben­nett.

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