Travis Carter

Southern Telegraph - - FEDERAL ELECTION -

Pauline Han­son’s One Na­tion Mr Carter did not re­spond to the Sound Tele­graph. The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion was col­lected from his of­fi­cial can­di­date web page.

Travis Carter is a lo­cal fa­ther-of-three who be­lieves One Na­tion’s pol­icy to cut im­mi­gra­tion to zero-net lev­els is of great im­por­tance. He is also con­cerned about the im­pact po­lit­i­cal cor­rect­ness is hav­ing on the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem and em­ploy­ment opportunities for his fam­ily and other young fam­i­lies in Brand.

While work­ing fly-in, fly-out, he ex­pe­ri­enced the harsh life­style that comes with work­ing away and saw what he de­scribed as “both ma­jor par­ties look­ing to ex­tract ex­tra money from hard­work­ing fam­i­lies”, and the pe­nal­i­sa­tion for ded­i­ca­tion to fam­ily.

He also has ex­pe­ri­ence with the fam­ily law courts sys­tem af­ter his first mar­riage ended, which he at­trib­uted with his join­ing PHON and want­ing to push for an over­haul of the fam­ily law courts and child sup­port agency.

He will push for PHON’s fairer tax sys­tem, stand­ing up for Aus­tralians dis­ap­pointed in the cur­rent po­lit­i­cal par­ties, and call­ing on the Govern­ment to in­crease the aged pen­sion and dis­abil­ity sup­port pen­sion.

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