REPLAY: Noosa candidates go head to head in lively forum

The Queensland State Election is upon us and if you have a question for your candidate, this was your chance to ask.

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The Daily and the Noosa Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted and livestreamed a candidate debate for the seat of Noosa on Wednesday night.

The Noosa community listens in for a state election forum at Sunshine Beach Surf Club.
The Noosa community listens in for a state election forum at Sunshine Beach Surf Club. Stuart Cumming

The debate aimed to equip our readers with the necessary information to make an informed decision when you cast your vote by October 31.

Want a candidate to answer your questions? Email scdaily@news.com.au.

How to watch the livestream

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FIND OUT: All the candidates locked in for your Coast seat.

Noosa could shape up to be an important seat on a state level.

Independent Sandy Bolton was elected to represent Noosa in State Government in 2017, a year after she narrowly missed out on becoming mayor in the local government elections.

As an Independent, Ms Bolton could be holding the power of balance if this election results in a hung parliament.

She faced off against Labor's Mark Denham, LNP's James Blevin and Rhonda Prescott from the Greens.

One Nation's Tracey Bell-Henselin and Darrell Redford from the Animal Justice Party are also running for the seat.

The next livestream will be for Glass House, Thursday, October 15, at 7.30pm at sunshinecoastdaily.com.au.


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