Money to splash

I don’t have lots of money to splash around during an election campaign – promising the people this and promising the people that, especially when we they are paying for it down the track. Even if I did I would be far more fiscally responsible and respect the money of the people. I haven’t seen the books at Treasury, have you? How could I in good conscience commit to spending multi millions of tax payers money without knowing the true figures and where money is allocated and where it is not?

Coupled with this I would ask the people where they want the money spent before committing to feasibility studies and paying for expensive reports. In my experience today’s leaders just come up with a thought bubble to impress you so much that you will vote for them. You decide what that money is invested in, not them.

People are more concerned about the cost of living, paying for children’s education, health, unemployment and disgusted with the disregarding of principles that are lacking at all three tiers of government. If the base is fractured, then everything is flawed. Let’s fix it. We’ll make it happen if you believe it more important to have good governance, open and transparent governance, then seriously consider where your vote is going.

I can promise you that I will not stop until we have our ICAC
(Independent Commission Against Corruption)
THIS MUST HAPPEN

You witness the mismanagement daily. This is what our Mayor has witnessed and trying to clean it up under extreme pressure. Vexatious claims, the truth not being told. If this was not true Chris Loft : Fraser Coast Mayor would not have made such a commitment and Jeanette Maynes and I would not have committed the past 5 years to exposing all this. You would still be getting hit with cat registrations, still paying fake backflow fees and being informed with issues that directly breach the legislation. i.e. rates debacle. But wait, there is more to come.

People are now more aware and involved and opening their eyes to the mismanagement of government and wasteful expenditure.

We championed for video streamlining, for better communications with Council, we saved Pialba Memorial Hall and had the Cenotaph Heritage listed, we championed for mobility mats so all could access the beach and the list goes on. We must champion together for an ICAC or the status quo will continue. Are you going to continue rewarding them for a job poorly done or would you like to complain right from the get go of them being elected and wait until the next election so you can vote again? I know I can’t! #VoteWisely I Will Be!

Vote with your rates notice – get the legislation changed at State level. Who else do you trust to do it?

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