Meet and greet before ballot
Residents will have the opportunity to meet face to face with their would-be representatives at a breakfast meeting scheduled for next week.
The event will be held at the Queensland College of Wine and Tourism on Monday from 7am.
Chamber president Ian Henderson said it was vital the candidates shared their grand plans for the region before people cast their ballot.
“There will be a couple questions we will give them beforehand and then there will be questions from the floor,” Mr Henderson said.
“Be about an hour’s worth of questions, the rest will be breakfast and should all be done before 8.30am for people to go back to work.”
Meet-the-candidates tickets can be purchased at stanthorpetickets.com.au.