Justin Stringer to lead Conservative Party senate ticket in Tasmania

August 16, 2018

Conservative Party Leader Senator Cory Bernardi today announced that 35 year old Justin Stringer will lead the party’s Tasmanian Senate ticket.

“The people of Tasmania now have a clear, principled, conservative alternative,” Senator Bernardi said.  “Justin brings with him a history of military and business experience which place traditional values and common sense front and centre.”

Mr Stringer said he hoped to offer Tasmanians a true, conservative alternative at the next election. 

At the age of 17, Justin joined the Infantry Corps in the Army reserves where he quickly learned the responsibilities and dedication needed to maintain and protect our culture, history, and moral belief system.

Happily married with a two year old son and a second child due within weeks, Justin has worked in the tourism and hospitality industries for almost 20 years.

“As a hard-working father and husband, it troubles me to see this government out of money and ideas with its reckless spending that will not benefit my children and their children,” he said.

“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 Tasmania and Australia navigate their way back to common sense”.

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