Steve Cansdell back in pol­i­tics

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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

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