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Paul

Darwen

Rankin

Paul

Darwen

Rankin

Paul

Darwen

LNP Federal Candidate for Rankin

Take a SCREENSHOT

Voting Locations for Rankin

St James College

60 Gloucester St

SPRING HILL QLD 4000

Full Access

Brisbane City Hall

King George Square
(Enter via Ann St)

BRISBANE CITY QLD 4000

Full Access

The Construction Training Centre

Hugh Hamilton Room
460-492 Beaudesert Rd

SALISBURY QLD 4107

Assisted Access

Springwood Community Centre

Cnr Cinderella Dr & Vanessa Blvd

SPRINGWOOD QLD 4127

Assisted Access

Browns Plains PrePoll Centre

Unit E1
6-12 Enterprise Way

BROWNS PLAINS QLD 4118

Assisted Access

Loganholme Cricket Club

106-108 Tansey Dr

TANAH MERAH QLD 4128

Assisted Access

Queens Road Shopping Village

Shop 13 & 15
76-82 Queens Rd

SLACKS CREEK QLD 4127

None Access

Paul Darwen has a clear plan for Rankin
1
Helping families with cost-of-living pressures

Supporting local families with their household budget pressures, like cutting the fuel excise in half, saving you 22 cents per litre for six months. The LNP is also making a one-off $250 payment to 16,640 local pensioners and carers and increasing their regular payments. And we’re making childcare affordable for local families.

2
Securing our economic recovery to create well paid local jobs

Our plan lowers taxes for families and small business and invests in skills, infrastructure and manufacturing. Around 74,900 local low and middle income earners will receive up to $1,500 in further tax relief this year, including a $420 cost-of-living tax offset. And our tax incentives will allow around 18,800 local businesses to write-off the full value of any eligible asset they purchase.

3
Building better local roads and reducing congestion

The LNP Government investing in fixing local roads to save lives and reduce travel times. Local projects include, major M1 Pacific Motorway and Logan Motorway upgrades, the Rochedale to Priestdale Road intersection, and Brisbane to Gold Coast Rail upgrades at Kuraby. The LNP has also jointly committed $1.8 billion to the SEQ City Deal.

4
Better access to quality health, aged care and education for local families

Investing in better services and a stronger Medicare by delivering more than 656,000 telehealth consultations since 2020. We’ve funding more than 2.7 million free or subsidised medicines locally every year and we’re investing record funding in aged care to help the 18,457 seniors living locally. Public school funding will increase by over 30% to 2029.

5
Protecting our local lifestyle and environment

I’m proud the LNP is investing in our local communities, with better facilities and public spaces and a healthy environment that families can enjoy now and into the future, like construction of a new local recycling centre, and upgrade to the Marsden SS Community Hub and Springwood AFL Club. The LNP is committed to Net Zero emissions by 2050 and our policies have supported the installation of 31,200 rooftop solar panels locally.

Our Plan is Building a Strong Economy for a Stronger Future

Creating more, better paid jobs.

Backing your hard work with lower taxes.

Investing in roads, public transport and

Making record investments in health and aged care.

Investing in stronger defence to make Australia safer.

Authorised by Lincoln Folo, Liberal National Party of Queensland, 281 Sandgate Road, Albion QLD 4010

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