Pauline Hanson’s One Nation has announced five Sunshine Coast candidates to contest the upcoming Queensland State election.
Candidates for Buderim, Glass House, Kawana, Ninderry, and Caloundra will represent the Party across the normally conservative region, with a plan to fast track overdue infrastructure, while boosting jobs in the wake of COVID-19 and a global recession.
State campaign coordinator, Neil Symes said, “There are multiple, shovel ready projects here on the Sunshine Coast that has been promised by both major parties, but to date, none of them have started.”
“The Bruce Highway has increasingly become a carpark as a result of the population boom throughout the region, especially in the southern part of the Sunshine Coast which is why One Nation supports the six-lane upgrade between Caboolture and Caloundra.”
“Locals in railway towns have been promised the duplication of the railway line between Beerburrum and Nambour for decades, but it’s never been delivered.”
“If Queensland is to borrow money in the wake of this pandemic, it should be loaned based on genuine infrastructure projects that will alleviate traffic and improve the lifestyles of Sunshine Coast residents.”
Caloundra (Luke Poland)
Glass House (Graeme Campbell)
Buderim (Joyce Hosking)
Ninderry (Frank Weijers)
Kawana (Lyn Moussalli)
Following a further growth in crime across the Sunshine Coast over the past three years, One Nation has released a ten-point plan which includes a greater focus on increasing Magistrate numbers, building additional drug rehabilitation centres, abolishing the ‘No Pursuit’ policy and re-establishing community policing initiatives.
The Queensland election will take place on October 31, 2020.