Nats open third campaign office

NSW Shadow Minister for Healthy Lifestyles, Aboriginal Affairs and Western NSW Kevin Humphries today officially opened Member for Clarence Steve Cansdell's campaign office in the Strand Arcade Maclean.

 Mr Humphries said the Clarence electorate would play a crucial role in delivering the real change which we need to make NSW number one again.

 He said for this to occur, the NSW Liberals and Nationals needed people like Steve Cansdell to be re-elected as the Member for Clarence.

 "I have known and worked alongside Steve Cansdell for the past four years and I can tell you he is a committed and hard-working representative who is willing to fight for his local community's fair share," Mr Humphries said.

 "If Clarence residents want to get rid of the incompetent Keneally Labor Government on March 26, they need to vote for change and the best way to deliver change is to re-elect Steve Cansdell as their Member."

 Mr Cansdell said he was pleased to be officially opening his Maclean campaign office today.

 He said with three offices now up and running across the electorate, people did not have to travel far to find information on the upcoming election, including NSW Liberals and Nationals policies.

 “I am proud to stand as part of the O’Farrell-Stoner team and work hard to deliver the real change our community and our State demands," Mr Cansdell said.

 “We have positive plans to rebuild the economy, restore local services like health and education, deliver local infrastructure and ensure communities have more of a say in the running of our health and local planning systems.

 "The people of the Clarence now have a real choice between our plan for NSW and Labor’s plans for more of the same.

 “I want to be a part of a strong, stable and effective NSW Liberals and Nationals Government which will deliver for our community, our region and our State."

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