Everton Candidates: QLD State Election 2020

Posted: 3pm 14 Oct 2020

Moreton Daily invited candidates in the State Election to answer the same questions and provide a photo. Their responses are listed below in the same order their names will appear on the ballot paper. Some responses have been edited to ensure all are a similar length, and candidates receive fair and even treatment.

Name: Malcolm Johnson

Party: Pauline Hanson’s One Nation

We have made attempts to reach Mr Johnson, so he can provide a candidate profile. He has not yet responded.

Name: Frank Jordan

Party: Legalise Cannabis Queensland Party

Suburb: South Brisbane

Profession: Retired

Top 3 issues to address:

  1. Legalise cannabis and annul the criminal convictions of cannabis users
  2. Legalise voluntary assisted dying
  3. Urgently provide safe houses for victims of domestic violence.

Top 3 key commitments:

  1. My electorate office will efficiently and promptly deal with any local concerns brought to my attention.
  2. I will listen to the community to achieve the results that they want.
  3. I will maintain the Australian tradition of the fair go for everyone.

Name: Joanne Dissanayake

Party: IMOP

Suburb: Albany Creek

Profession: Kinesiologist/Entrepreneur

Top 3 issues to address:

1. No Mandatory Covid-19 vaccine

2. Encourage & Support small and local business including Natural Health practitioners working to remove red tape

3. Demand government truth, transparency and accountability in politics

Top 3 key commitments:

1. Provide truth and transparency to the electorate

2. Provide details of bills prior to voting to be able to truly represent the people

3. Our pledge: We're happy to work with our trusted doctors and provide verified science, independent research and the truth.

Name: Tim Mander

Party: Liberal National Party

Suburb: Everton

Profession: Member of Parliament

Top 3 issues to address:

  1. Traffic congestion
  2. Over development
  3. Jobs

Top 3 key commitments:

  1. $100m to upgrade and fix the intersection of South Pine and Stafford Roads, Everton Park
  2. $1.6m for various Sporting Club upgrades and improvements
  3. $300 car registration cash rebate for every registered vehicle

Name: Danielle Shankey

Party: Australian Labor Party (ALP)

We have made attempts to reach Ms Shankey, so she can provide a candidate profile. She has not yet responded.

Name: Jabez Wells

Party: Independent

We have made attempts to reach Mr Wells, so he can provide a candidate profile. He has not yet responded.

Name: Helen Rath

Party: The Greens

We have made attempts to reach Ms Rath, so she can provide a candidate profile. She has not yet responded.

Name: Simon Russ

Party: Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party

We have made attempts to reach Mr Russ, so he can provide a candidate profile. He has not yet responded.



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