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Media Release – LNP pledge to residents of Glass House, Morayfield and Pumicestone – getting QLD back on track (19 January 2012)

 LNP candidates for Morayfield and Pumicestone, Darren Grimwade and Lisa France, and LNP Member for Glass House, Andrew Powell MP, will join LNP Leader Campbell Newman by making a pledge to the people of Glass House, Morayfield and Pumicestone – that an LNP Government will get Queensland back on track.

The pledge outlines the LNP team’s vision for getting things done for Queensland and will be signed by Lisa, Darren and Andrew when the LNP’s pledge trailer visits Morayfield on Friday, 20 January 2012.

“The LNP has a clear plan for local families and by signing this pledge we are committing to address key issues such as tackling cost of living pressures and cutting Labor’s waste,” said Mr Powell MP

“LNP Leader Campbell Newman and his team will work day and night to provide a strong alternative Government with a clear vision for the people of this great State,” continued Ms France.

“The pledge Campbell Newman has made, and we will make is to:

 

  • ·         Grow a four pillar economy
  • ·         Lower the cost of living for families by cutting waste
  • ·         Deliver better infrastructure and better planning
  • ·         Revitalise front line services for families; and
  • ·         Restore accountability in Government.

 

Mr Grimwade said Labor has failed to manage our economy and racked up almost $85 billion of debt. They have let down Queensland families by slugging them with extra fees and charges to pay for the Bligh government’s financial recklessness.

“Unemployment in Queensland is the highest of any mainland state and we’ve lost our AAA credit rating.  “It’s time to put some ‘Can Do’ back into George Street.

“It’s time for a change. It’s time to get Queensland back on track.”

 

 

 

 

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