TINA CARTWRIGHT FAQ
TINA CARTWRIGHT – LABOR CANDIDATE CASTLE HILL
- What are your top priorities for your local electorate?
- Residents in the Hills are currently up in arms about Hills Council’s Master Plan to redevelop Fred Caterson Reserve, which is home to many threatened species of animals (some at risk of extinction like the Glossy Black Cockatoo, Powerful Owl and Platypus) and plants. Residents say they were left out of the planning and consultative process. Are you concerned about the Masterplan, if so why, and what do you think should happen regarding the redevelopment of that area and the Reserve?
- Having been in opposition for 12 years, what makes this 2023 NSW State Election so vital for the Labor party, and why does Labor believe it should be elected to government?
- Although Labor is currently slightly ahead in the polls on two party preferred, the party still faces greater challenges than it has previously electorally, the support for NSW teal candidates has surged, as has that of the Greens and independents. What do you believe Labor can do to combat the rise of third-party candidates in NSW?
- Wider polling has revealed that Labor is facing an issue of non-familiarity. Chris Minns has been opposition leader for 18 months and the NSW state Labor party’s wider leadership is largely unknown to the wider electorate. How do you think Labor can rectify this and better promote their frontbench talent to the state?
- Would you like to add anything else?