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Videos: Candidates have say in 60 seconds or less

WANT a quick overview of what each Gladstone candidate is standing for in the state election? We're here to help.

The Observer has compiled four Pollie Ticker videos, where each candidate has a minute or so to outline their platform.

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They're featured here in the order in which the candidates appear on the voting ballot.

Craig Tomsett, Greens

Mr Tomsett talks about the economic benefits of living in Gladstone, and says he promotes the continuing transition to a sustainable economy, based on environmental and social assets that already exist in the city.

Craig Butler, Independent

Mr Butler talks about his experience in local government, the lease of Gladstone port, long term job prosperity, development in Gladstone and land set aside for a high school at Calliope.

Michael Duggan, LNP

Mr Duggan talks about the LNP's strong team and strong plan, road safety, local health services, industry and job growth.

Glenn Butcher, ALP

Mr Butcher outlines his three main concerns for Gladstone, which are the lease of the port, the state of Gladstone Hospital, and the sale of land set aside for a high school at Calliope.

HAVE YOUR SAY:

If voting today, who would you vote for in Gladstone?

This poll ended on 30 January 2015.

Current Results

Craig Tomsett, Greens

4%

Craig Butler, Independent

31%

Michael Duggan, LNP

14%

Glenn Butcher, ALP

49%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  gladstone politics pollie ticker queensland election 2015



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