The outcome of the 2015 Queensland election will shape the character and values of our state for the next three years.
Queensland is a great state and we want to see it become even better.
We can use this election to vote for a more just and compassionate society.
Through the campaign QLDVotes.org.au will bring you important information about local events, party policies as well as links to other useful election resources.
Please continue to pray for our state and for the election.
Compare the Parties
We asked the parties to respond to questions on a range of issues that are of concern to Christians.
Download the ACL election guide to read the highlights from the LNP and ALP answers.
Read the full responses here:
While the major parties seem to agree on many issues on the surface, ACL Queensland State Director Wendy Francis has some interesting insights.
In the week before the Queensland election, we have agreement in both major parties on good policy regarding chaplaincy, religious education and outdoor advertising
Locals meet the candidates from each electorate and grill them on local issues.
The dark side of the mining boom is becoming a key election issue.
ACL’s Meet Your Local Candidate forum in Gladstone was a good chance for voters to get in touch with issues and grill their candidates.
Tuesday 13 January 2015
Wynnum Baptist Church Auditorium
287 Kianawah Road, Wynnum
Thursday 15 January 2015
Gladstone Baptist Church Auditorium
4 Archer Street Gladstone
Friday 16 January 2015
Mackay Baptist Church Auditorium
Cnr Brisbane and Shakespeare Streets, Mackay
Thursday 22 January 2015
Capalaba, Cleveland, Chatsworth, Lytton, Greenslopes, Mansfield combined
Sunday 25 January 2015
1374 Old Cleveland Rd, Carindale
Tuesday 27 January 2015
Wednesday 28 January 2015
4 Hasking Street, Caboolture