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LNP hits the road with Right Priorities for Queensland’s Future

28 October 2023

Statewide weekend blitz one-year out from election

LNP Leader David Crisafulli has launched a statewide blitz to share the LNP’s blueprint for Queensland with communities across every corner of the State.

The LNP will be out in force listening to Queenslanders and sharing the LNP’s Right Priorities for Queensland’s Future.

MPs, candidates and a sea of supporters will hit the road in a mass doorknocking campaign, road-siding, letterboxing, phone canvassing and attending community events.

Mr Crisafulli said he and his team were looking forward to listening to Queenslanders about their priorities and discussing the LNP’s blueprint for Queensland’s Future released last week.

“We’ve been listening to Queenslanders who tell us their priorities are cost-of-living, housing, youth crime and health – which is why these are also our priorities,” Mr Crisafulli said.

The five areas of focus in the LNP’s Right Priorities for Queensland’s Future are:

  • Making our community safer
  • Easier access to health services
  • Saving you paying for Labor’s failures
  • Securing our housing foundations
  • Working harder for Queenslanders

Mr Crisafulli said the LNP blitz kick-started the countdown until Queenslanders could show Labor the door in ’24.

“We’re hitting the road to share our blueprint for Queensland’s future and listen to Queenslanders’ experiences with the Queensland Health Crisis, the Queensland Housing Crisis, the Queensland Youth Crime Crisis and the cost-of-living crisis,” he said.

“The priorities of Queenslanders are our priorities.

“We’ve laid out our priorities for Queensland, we’re focused on the issues that matter most to Queenslanders and have put solutions on the table.

“We’ll continue listening to Queenslanders about their stories and experiences and look forward to sharing with them our commitment to a better future for Queensland.

“After nearly a decade in office, Labor has stopped listening to Queenslanders and now with 12 months to go until the next election, only the LNP has the right priorities for Queensland’s future.”