14 Feb, 2018

Candidates Share Their Plans For Our City

More than 200 guests will gather at Adelaide Town Hall tomorrow morning to hear from all nominated candidates for the State electorate of Adelaide.

Hosted by The Advertiser’s State Political Editor, Daniel Wills, this sold-out event will feature a facilitated “Q&A” forum and candidates will also have an opportunity to speak to their platforms and vision for Adelaide.

Lord Mayor Martin Haese is looking forward to a lively forum in an electorate that is home to the state’s economic and cultural heart.

“Adelaide will be a key priority area for the upcoming State Election,” said Martin.

“With over 115,000 people employed in the city and with a daily visitor population of over 311,000 people, our capital plays host to residents, workers, students, shoppers, investors and tourists alike.”

“Therefore, the state electorate of Adelaide has incredible resonance to voters throughout the state, not just those who reside here.”

“Forums like these provide our local community with an opportunity to hear from the candidates first-hand and ask questions on the topics that are most important to the city and North Adelaide.

“I look forward to learning more about the candidates’ views on important issues such as the city’s residential and economic growth, improvements to our public transport network, and infrastructure upgrades.

“The seat of Adelaide is critical to the future success of South Australia, and it’s important that we hear about what these candidates have planned for the electorate.”

Candidates attending include;

  • Rachel Sanderson MP (Liberal)
  • Jo Chapley (ALP)
  • Robert Simms (Greens)
  • Betty-Jean (B-J) Price (Dignity Party)

For more information

Matt Halliwell