Tasmania State Election 2010
Victor P Taffa
Tasmanian’s have a clear choice to make on 20 March 2010: 16 years of Labor or a fresh start under Will Hodgman and his Liberal team.
A choice between four more years of the same old Labor, supported by the Greens, or the real change offered by the Tasmanian Liberals.
Will Hodgman and his Liberal team have already announced a number of significant policies in the vision and action agenda that includes:
- Delivering greater honesty and accountability in government;
- Duplicating the Midland Highway;
- Creating a new body, Infrastructure Tasmania, to develop a state-wide infrastructure plan;
- Further developing our renewable energy potential;
- Building a New Generation Royal Hobart Hospital on the existing site;
- Upgrading the Mersey Regional Hospital’s emergency unit ;
- Cutting hospital waiting lists by utilising private hospitals, at no cost to patients;
- Creating a smarter Tasmania and ending the experiments in our education system;
- Freeze and cap water and sewerage bills as we fix Labor’s bungled changes.
In contrast, Labor has run out of ideas and has no vision for the future.
Over the past two months Labor has abandoned their principles and everything they have previously stood for in a desperate bid to buy their way back into office.
Tasmania needs change, real change.