Promises null and void

Promises null and void

Peter Debnams extraordinary admission of defeat very much leaves Clarence MP Steve Cansdell in the lurch.

Mr Cansdells commitments for Saturdays election were all dependent on a coalition government being elected. Effectively all his promises are now null and void.

His platform for the state election is now one of: No Plans, No Commitments and No Credibility after a series of five broken promises and published lies on rebates in a flyer mailed to households in the electorate.

It is now more evident than ever before that the Clarence electorate needs to elect a member of the Iemma Government to ensure that improved services and facilities are delivered to the Clarence and Richmond Valleys. Steve Cansdell has been unable to deliver.

Mark Kingsley

Country Labor Candidate for Clarence

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