Dou­glas Grant: Keen for ev­ery­one to have a say

South Burnett Times - - NEWS - Dou­glas Grant is the One Na­tion Can­di­date.

A ONE Na­tion gov­ern­ment or at least with the bal­ance of power, will bring into ef­fect im­me­di­ately a new con­tro­ver­sial brand of peo­ple be­fore pol­i­tics never seen be­fore. I have heard many of the is­sues put to me while cam­paign­ing. Like you, I have heard all the prom­ises be­ing thrown around by the tired two old par­ties try­ing des­per­ately to hold on to their two party du­op­oly.

One Na­tion will set up com­mit­tees in each area of the elec­torate, with work­ing peo­ple who have the ex­pe­ri­ence and ideas of what is the best con­cept for re­li­able in­fra­struc­ture in their area. Ev­ery­one will be in­vited to use the ( CIR) Cit­i­zens Ini­tia­tive Ref­er­en­dum pol­icy to for­mu­late these con­cepts.

One Na­tion will take care of our farm­ers, give them a dam for wa­ter se­cu­rity, they do not want to pump wa­ter from Wiven­hoe. Pen­sion­ers are only ask­ing for a stress- less, com­fort­able ex­is­tence which we can pro­vide. Vet­er­ans have spe­cial needs and will be put first, as they did for us. Small busi­ness is the back­bone of ev­ery econ­omy. No more tax­ing busi­nesses that em­ploy peo­ple. Pauline Hanson has made it very clear her party will al­ways put peo­ple be­fore pol­i­tics.

PHOTO: TOBI LOF­TUS

ONE NA­TION CAN­DI­DATE: Dou­glas Grant.

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