Chance to meet candidates for seat of Richmond

STILL can't figure out who you're going to vote for at the Federal election on September 7?

The Combined Chambers of Commerce of the Tweed Shire are staging a meet the candidates breakfast on September 4 so you can personally grill the candidates.

Local Richmond MP Justine Elliot along with Nationals candidate Matthew Fraser, the Palmer United party's Dr Phil Allen, the Greens Dawn Walker and independent Kevin Skinner will be fronting up to take constituents questions.

Kevin Skinner at the Tweed Heads chambers of commerce breakfast.
Kevin Skinner at the Tweed Heads chambers of commerce breakfast. John Gass

The moderator will be local real estate agent and Kingscliff and District Chamber of Commerce member Mark Humphries.

Dennis Eyre, secretary of the Kingscliff chamber, said he anticipated a crowd of 120 to turn out including members of the Murwillumbah, Tweed Heads and NSW chambers.

Mr Eyre said he hoped cutting red-tape for small business was an issue that emerged at the forum.

The breakfast which starts at 7am at Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club is $25.

To assist with catering, RSVP to info@tweedchamber.com.au

Who will you be voting for on September 7, 2013.

This poll ended on 06 September 2013.

Current Results

Kevin Skinner, Independant

0%

Justine Elliot, Labor

82%

Dawn Walker, Greens

4%

Matthew Fraser, Nationals

10%

Phil Allen, Palmer United

1%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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