Save Our Local Small Businesses From Going Under Due To COVID-19

Finn has spent around six months campaigning for this election. He has spoken to many small business owners within our electorate but also from rural Queensland about how COVID-19 has impacted their businesses. As a former business owner, Finn knows first hand the emotional stresses that come from running a business at the best of times. It is important to …

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Environmentalism

Finn will stand up to protect our environment. Finn believes that it is sad that this even has to be an issue. It should just be a given.

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Free Public Transport

When elected, Finn will fight to make public transport completely free. How do we pay for it? It’s simple. We begin a crack down on political corruption and use the money we save from reducing political corruption to pay for making pubic transport free in Queensland.

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End Foreign Ownership Of Water In Queensland

Queensland is currently undergoing drought and our farmers are struggling to stay in business. Despite this, Queensland’s corrupt establishment politicians are perfectly content to allow for 10% of our water to be owned by foreign businesses and foreign nations like China, The United States Of America, and United Kingdom. Finn Armstrong-Schmakeit believes strongly that our water should go to our …

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Stand Up For Animal Rights

Finn Armstrong-Schmakeit believes that more needs to be done in Queensland to protect animals. Stronger Penalties for Animal Cruelty Finn supports amending the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 to increase the civil penalties and criminal penalties for animal cruelty within Queensland.  

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Lock Up Queensland’s Corrupt Politicians

Only 22% of Queenslanders trust politicians. Queensland politics has a massive corruption problem that no one in parliament is serious about ending (why do you think that is?). Recently, multiple city councils have been sacked by Queensland parliament for allegations of corruption. Moreover, this year the Crime and Corruption Commission has seen a near record number of complaints related to …

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