Going for Brokenshire

February 22, 2018

Australian Conservatives MLC Robert Brokenshire (pictured) will attend two major online forums on rural and regional issues affecting South Australia before the March 17 election.

The Barossa Herald reports people living in Rural and regional South Australia often say that the state’s politics stops at the Tollgate or Port Wakefield Road.

So, here is your chance to hear the five major parties speak about rural issues such as health, education, energy, council rate capping and royalties for regions.

Joining Mr Brokenshire will be Labor Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis, The Liberals Shadow Minister for Tourism, Primary Industries and Food & Wine David Ridgway (Liberal), SA Best's Xenophon candidate Sam Johnston and Greens MLC Tammy Franks.

In two moderated sessions the five will debate, put forward their policies and answer some of your questions, hoping to give country voters a better understanding on where their respecting parties stand.

The two forums will run between 7.30pm and 8pm on Wednesday, February 28, and Wednesday, March 7 on all of Fairfax Media’s South Australian newspaper websites (listed below):

http://barossaherald.com.au
http://borderchronicle.com.au
http://eyretribune.com.au
http://coastalleader.com.au
http://murrayvalleystandard.com.au
http://naracoorteherald.com.au
http://northernargus.com.au
http://portlincolntimes.com.au
http://portpirierecorder.com.au
http://theflindersnews.com.au
http://theislanderonline.com.au
http://transcontinental.com.au
http://victorharbortimes.com.au
http://westcoastsentinel.com.au
http://whyallanewsonline.com.au

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