MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM FOR THE FORTHCOMING FEDERAL ELECTION – AN INVITATION TO CANDIDATES

16 November 2021

The Hills & Districts Chamber of Commerce Inc. will be holding a ‘Meet the Candidates’ Forum at our breakfast meeting in the new year.

We are working with an approximate timetable that the election will be no later than May 2022, meaning the Forum would most likely be held on March 22, 2022, or a date (to be confirmed) in April 2022.

We are inviting all known candidates for both the Dickson and Ryan electorates.

We aim to provide an opportunity for chamber members and the wider community to question and hear the responses of candidates standing for election. We aim for a friendly and cooperative atmosphere in which the community can hear political discussion free of overly enthusiastic or disruptive attendees. We always provide an experienced chairperson to ensure that a balanced, cordial arena will provide all candidates with the opportunity to explain why they are offering themselves as candidates.

We are conscious that many things can change in the months leading up to the election, however if you intend to nominate for either electorate and wish to take part, we would be grateful if you could forward your best contact details as well as your intention in principle via return email to Committee Chair, Mr Brian Battersby by mobile on 0418878508 or by email  advocacy@hillschamber.org.au  

Date:  Tuesday, Breakfast Meeting, date to be determined.

Time:  6:45 am sharp – 9:00 am

Location:  Arana Leagues Club, 247 Dawson Parade, Keperra Qld 4054.

Please note that this event will be subject to COVID-19 status at the time.  All attendees must register their details & pay an entry ticket fee.  No Walk-ins will be permitted.

Kate Hewish

Kate Hewish is the Principal of Horte Couture, a member of the Chamber Executive and the Chair of the PR Committee

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