Steve Cansdell back in politics
Leanda Wall: Congratulations Steve ... and yes you have a strong voice and you actually work for your electorate. Robert Lawrence: Congratulations Steve, go for it mate.
Amanda Ensbey-Eggins: Yay! Rick Murray: Well we know who is standing for the ALP and now we know who’s standing for this mob ... what are they called again? There’s a rumour around that the Greens also have a new candidate and then there is that longstanding rumour about the next candidate for the Nationals. I suppose it’s a matter of watching this space.
Tamie Burke: Glad he’s back, like him heaps, always nice to talk to.
Kirsty Boon: Congratulations Steve. Great to see you back in politics.
James Austen: An old white man from a party of right-wing old white men, challenging an old white man from a party of right-wing old white men ... great.
James Blunt: Glad Steve has come back, he is good, friendly to all the community.
Peter Clements: You people belong back in the ’50s. This guy is in it for power and money, which leads to corruption ie speeding scandal.
Troy Irwin: Stand a SFF candidate in Macleay Valley.
Shirlee Wright: Great news Steve ... we need you. Good luck.
Terence O’Brien: Got my vote.
Eliezer Robinson: Can I vote for this guy. I’m at Coramba.
Tonia N Peter Shipman: Go you good thing.
Craig Howe: Pros and cons? Pros
1. Strong on law and order.
2. Does stand up for local community (sometimes). Cons
1. Tells porkies on stat dec in direct conflict to law and order stance.
2. Didn’t turn up for a vote on damming the Clarence, was locked in office/stuck in elevator or something like that.
3. Voted against stem cell research that could help a lot of people.
I’m sure there are lots more of both.
Susan Polsen: Good to see you back Steve. You were great at politics ... best of luck.
Paul Hewitt: Yep and telling some whoppers eh, how quick we forget.
‘‘ YES YOU HAVE A STRONG VOICE AND YOU ACTUALLY WORK FOR YOUR ELECTORATE. LEANDA WALL