Where’s proof of alleged election promise?

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Letter sent to the Fraser Coast Chronicle on 27 May 2016:

Dear Editor,

In the Fraser Coast Chronicle (26/05/16) a minor party candidate for Hinkler claimed the Federal Government’s funding commitment for a feasibility study into the Burrum Bridge project was a “recycled election promise”.

As far as I’m aware, you can’t recycle something that never existed in the first place.

I never promised Commonwealth funding for a feasibility study during the election campaign in 2013.

I challenge this candidate to provide proof to myself, or the Fraser Coast Chronicle, of when and where he alleges I made this promise.

This project has always had my support in principle, but as I have said many, many times, I would like to see the results of a comprehensive feasibility study first.

You can be sure that minor parties will always promise everything, and deliver nothing, apart from chaos and disruption.


Federal Member for Hinkler

Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister


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