George Christensen for QLD Senate

George has earned his reputation as a fighter and he has joined Pauline Hanson's One Nation for the next round. 

"The three big issues include the vaccine mandates and other authoritarian pandemic restrictions, religious freedom, and the digital identity agenda. The other two issues that make me cranky — and no doubt make you cranky too — include the ongoing sell-out of our nation to Communist China and the lack of action against Big Tech censorship."

During his political life, George has been fighting for farmers and fishermen whose livelihoods are under threat from Labor/Green land management and fishing quota policies, pushing for a fairer insurance system for North Queensland to ensure the viability of commercial and industrial entities and backing Aussie cane growers fighting for their rights against foreign-owned millers.

"One Nation’s Senator Pauline Hanson and Senator Malcolm Roberts have been fighting on all of these issues for years. They are guard dogs at the gate trying to stop bad laws and bad policies from affecting you, your family, and our nation. This is why I am proud to be a candidate for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation."

Despite targeted campaigns waged against him by green activists and unions, his stance remains firm in support of jobs and our traditional industries – farming, fishing, manufacturing, and mining. 

Like One Nation, George has had a track record for achieving results on national issues including:

  • Establishing a royal commission into the banks and other financial institutions.
  • Protecting superannuation from unfair taxing arrangements.
  • Helping mums and dads protect their children from those who push the concept of gender fluidity in schools.
  • Tightening immigration from countries whose citizens are a threat to national security through the maintenance of a rigorous screening process.
  • Opposing political correctness and supporting freedom of speech by advocating for the removal of 18C from the Racial Discrimination Act.

In his early years, George developed a strong sense of social justice as the child of disability pensioners, and he joined the Young Nationals at age 15.

He was state president of the Young Nationals in 2003-2004 and was Mackay zone vice-president of the Nationals in 2007-2008. He also worked as an electorate officer and press secretary for former Nationals Member for Dawson De-Anne Kelly for three years.

Armed with a degree in journalism and community newspaper experience, George founded a publishing business producing community newspapers for the Walkerston and Northern Beaches communities of Mackay.

He was a councillor for six years, first on the Mackay City Council, and then on the amalgamated Mackay Regional Council, where he developed a reputation as a man who fought for a fairer outcome for ratepayers.

George still lives in the city of Mackay where he was born and raised, now sharing his home with his wife April. The couple wed in October 2019.


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