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Justin Stringer

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I was born in Hobart in 1983, raised as a Christian attending Private Catholic Schools and a Public College.

I joined Infantry Corps in the Army Reserve at the age of 17 and soon learnt the responsibilities and dedication we must maintain to protect our culture, history, and moral belief system. The sacrifices of past generations motivated me to be a part of the Army.

I have worked predominantly in the hotel/tourism Industries for the past 17 years and have gained a sound knowledge of small and big business management and operations.

I'm married, with a son (almost three years old) and with a second child on the way.

As a hard-working father/husband it troubles me to see the government with its reckless spending that will not benefit my children and their children.

I believe a great society starts in the home with a solid family, sound morals and value-driven traditions. These build a strong society on which Australia has prided itself in the past.

I stood as a candidate in the 2014 State Election for the House of Representatives in Denison and for the Senate at the 2016 Federal Election because I believe in Australia and I want to make a difference.

I want prosperity and growth for all Australians and the leadership of Senator Bernardi and the values of the Conservative Party have inspired me.

This why I am standing as a federal Senate candidate.

I stand for freedoms that we used to treasure and which separated us from the rest of the world as one of the truly great nations.

I am highly motivated and determined to see Australia and Tasmania navigate their way back to common sense.

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