LNP endorses John-Paul Langbroek for the next election

22 Aug 2014 9:00 AMJohn-Paul Langbroek

Member for Surfers Paradise John-Paul Langbroek MP has been re-endorsed by the LNP and will run for the seat of Surfers Paradise at the next state election. Mr Langbroek said he was delighted to be re-endorsed by local LNP members and would continue to work hard for local residents.

“I would particularly like to thank the LNP for their support and I look forward to continuing to serve the residents, schools and businesses of Surfers Paradise,” Mr Langbroek said.

“Since being elected in 2004, I have worked tirelessly to represent the Gold Coast in Parliament and I will continue to work on delivering safer streets, better schools, and a stronger local economy.

“As the Member for Surfers Paradise, my goal is to ensure the spirit of Surfers is retained by delivering a world-class transport system, supporting a robust local business and tourism economy, and encouraging sustainable development.

“As a Gold Coast resident, parent, and former small business owner, I understand the needs of locals and I will continue to advocate on their behalf.”

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