The federal election period has kicked off. We know this means a lot of noise, but we also know this is represents a unique opportunity to talk about the services that Queensland needs.
We want to bring this message direct to voters at this critical time.
That means for the next few weekends we’ll be out and about in different parts of Queensland doorknocking.
We would love for you to join us – your afternoon of doorknocking can make a difference in these critical areas. A few votes could decide this election. We know that one of the most effective ways of engaging voters is through one on one conversations. Your stories can change votes.
Here are the details for upcoming activities that we're inviting you to be part of:
Saturday 17th August -- 1:00pm – 4:30pm -- The Gap
We'll also be out in a number of other areas over the coming weekends.
Saturday, 24th August -- Kallangur/Morayfield, & Mount Gravatt and one other inner north location
Saturday, 31st August -- Kallangur/Morayfield, & Mount Gravatt
Let us know if you can join us, if you're busy this weekend there are other opportunities for you to get involved. It’s okay if you haven’t done it before – we will give you some training and buddy you up with someone.
You can get more details about these events via the link below.
Sign up to make the most of this opportunity to fight for our health services at www.workingforqueenslanders.org.au/our_health_services
By getting involved we can get the message across that Queenslanders won’t stand by and let Campbell Newman and Tony Abbott privatise our health services. Privatisation of services means putting profits before our patients, and it will mean increased costs for Queensland families struggling to get by.
That’s what is at stake this election. That’s why we’re doing everything we can and we have a plan to make your voice count.
We’ve got 26 days to get our message across, 26 days to build momentum in our fight for quality services, to put patients before profits, to ease cost of living pressures on families, let’s get to it.