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Time to tell me what your favourite questions are for the candidates

By johnboy 24 September 2008 25

[First filed: September 24, 2008 @ 12:04]

It’s an exciting time.

Tomorrow Elections ACT declares the nominations for the upcoming ACT election.

Armed with the full candidate list we’ll be finalising our candidate questionaire and sending them out to all candidates.

So which questions (asked by someone other than yourself) would you like to see in the final 10?

Tomorrow we’ll also be reviewing individual candidates websites, so time to get them finished folks.

What’s Your opinion?


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peterh 9:46 am 25 Sep 08

p1 said :

If elected would they make public the secret alien overloads that secretly rule the ACT?

overloads??

I thought it was lizards.

Gungahlin Al 9:38 am 25 Sep 08

Should MLAs (and those who aspire to be MLAs) obey all laws? Or do you feel it is acceptable to break certain laws?

p1 9:34 am 25 Sep 08

If elected would they make public the secret alien overloads that secretly rule the ACT?

tylersmayhem 9:29 am 25 Sep 08

@Loose Brown: cheers for that – I didn’t realise they had those motors on bicycles in Canberra. Cheers for the update 😉

@deezagood: the candidates could very easily direct the letter (junk) droppers to refrain from dumping election crap in letter boxes that clearly state “No Junk Mail”. The fact that many apparently think it doesn’t count an unsolicited mail sums up a lot to me.

I can answer your question very easily: unsolicited (unaddressed to a specific adressee) = unsolicited, which = junk!

Poor letter box droppers? Give me a break!

teepee 7:15 pm 24 Sep 08

How can we get nurses, teachers, road workers and other moderate income earners in essential services to work here when so many young workers cannot afford to buy a home here and rents are going through the roof?

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