This week, Lawrence Springborg has been trying to tell Queenslanders his party has learnt the lesson on asset sales and is desperately trying to cling to power despite the message Queenslanders sent the LNP government.
Lawrence Springborg is talking, trying to woo MPs and muddying the waters – it’s time to end asset sales once and for all.
On the weekend you, your family and the community sent a clear message – no more cuts and no more privatisation.
Working For Queenslanders supporters like you have campaigned tirelessly for a better Queensland.
It will be a few more days before we know the final election result.
1 day to go. 1 day to send a message to Campbell Newman’s LNP to stop their privatisation plans.
Privatisation is going to be a key deciding issue in this election. You’ve demonstrated before that you want quality public services not privatisation and you can show this once more when you vote.
You can see our new jobs flyer here. We're hitting households in regional Queensland over the coming days. Supporters like you have been making phone calls, doorknocking, and spreading the word and getting a really positive response.
Over the weekend, we were out with supporters in key areas having conversations about jobs, services and stopping Campbell Newman's asset sales. Conversations for change, conversations that will reverberate.
It is absolutely vital that we don't leave politics to chance.
Privatisation sells Queenslanders short, it sells our kids future short and sells short the services we all rely on. Our movement has stood up for public health services and assets.
Now, it's time to stand up for transport we all rely on. That's why we're supporting the Hands Off Our Buses campaign. Our movement has stood with commuters and fought cuts to bus services last year, but now these services face an even bigger threat -- the Newman government's plan for privatisation of bus services in the South-East.
I am a sub-specialty trained anesthetist, and worked for Queensland Health for many years. I resigned on April 30 last year, as a direct result of the government’s introduction of unfair contracts for senior doctors.
This is my story.
Working as a doctor, or anywhere in the health system or hospitals is incredibly rewarding but very hard. Let alone trying to do so with fewer resources, less staff and worse conditions.
Campbell Newman is pulling one last sneaky trick: calling an election while Queenslanders are still in holiday mode. The election will be held on Saturday 31 January.
But we are ready, and we need you to get on board with the campaign plan. Click here to say you are ready – give your name and contact phone number and someone will call you to let you know the next step.
Campbell Newman has called a snap election because he is desperate. He's panicking because he knows the polls are getting worse and worse for him and his spin has stopped working.