There are currently 11 candidates on the roster for voters to choose from on Saturday, 28 July. Other than Labor and the LNP, numerous smaller parties are jostling for the seat.
The federal government is pressing to get corporate tax cuts passed this week, in the final Parliamentary sitting before the May Budget. The government is arguing that cutting company tax from 30% to 25% by the 2026–27 financial year, would trigger jobs and wage growth.
The next Queensland election is likely to see Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party re-establishing itself as the power broker in the next state parliament.