LNP forced to cover false statements in Stafford signage

THE Liberal National Party has been forced to cover signs accusing Labor's Stafford by-election candidate of living outside of the electorate.

Lawyers for the LNP gave the Supreme Court an undertaking the signs would no longer be displayed following Labor Party complaints.

The prominent signs across Stafford have since had the offending lines covered up.

None of the four candidates - Bob Andersen (LNP), Anthony Lynham (ALP), Anne Boccabella (Greens) or Sally-Ann Vincent (Family First) - were able to vote in the byelection because they were enrolled in other electorates.

That did not stop a concerted LNP campaign against Dr Lynham, who has moved into the electorate, from the LNP, with election material stating he lived on the south side and urging voters not to vote for a "part-time blow-in". 

Read more at Brisbanetimes.com.au


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