PAULINE Hanson flew into Gladstone today after being invited by business owners, she said.

The leader of One Nation said at least three Gladstone business owners, including a family running three different businesses, had reached out to her for help.

Her plan to is to get elected to the Senate, putting her in a position of power to block and amend legislation passed by the federal parliament's lower house - where MPs are elected to seats.

"People are feeling the economic pinch here in Gladstone," Ms Hanson said.

LOOKING FOR CANDIDATE: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is after a local to stand for her party at the next federal election.
LOOKING FOR CANDIDATE: One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is after a local to stand for her party at the next federal election. Helen Spelitis

"Small businesses are struggling, unemployment is going up and many people are struggling to make their mortgage repayments since the property market crash."

Ms Hanson stopped in town, via a private plane, on her way to Yeppoon as part of her 'Fed Up Tour'.

Since mid-July she has been travelling Queensland mustering support for upcoming campaign to win a place in the senate.

As part of the tour Ms Hanson will visit regional and remote towns including Emerald, Longreach and indigenous communities in northern Queensland.



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