Daniel Groat

Contact Daniel

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Daniel@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Daniel Groat has lived in Tasmania since 1989 and he wouldn’t live anywhere else.

Daniel loves Tasmania’s rugged landscapes, beaches, and the friendly and relaxed nature of the state and wants to see Tasmania grow to be the envy of the nation.

He believes this could be accomplished by giving Tasmanians real people to vote for in the upcoming state election.

This is why Daniel put his hand up to run for the Jacqui Lambie Network. As a branch supervisor at Ullrich Aluminium, Daniel isn’t afraid of a bit of hard work if it means doing things better.

And Daniel isn’t one to shy away from a challenge.  

Consecutive governments have ignored the ticking time bomb of Tasmania’s ageing population and the impact that has on Tasmania’s economy. Daniel wants the issue placed at the front and centre of politics, because it goes to the heart of how we set ourselves for the future. He’s focused on bringing down the cost of living without gutting investment in education and hospitals.

Like all the candidates running for the Jacqui Lambie Network, Daniel knows young people are leaving Tasmania because they have no choice.

Daniel wants to see Tasmania become a place of opportunities and attract young people to the state.

Tasmanians are disconnecting from the current crop of politicians because they believe the politicians are in it for themselves and their mates. Daniel’s decided to stop complaining about politicians who are in it for themselves and replace them with someone who’s in it for you.

Contact Daniel

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Daniel@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Daniel Groat has lived in Tasmania since 1989 and he wouldn’t live anywhere else.

Daniel loves Tasmania’s rugged landscapes, beaches, and the friendly and relaxed nature of the state and wants to see Tasmania grow to be the envy of the nation.

He believes this could be accomplished by giving Tasmanians real people to vote for in the upcoming state election.

This is why Daniel put his hand up to run for the Jacqui Lambie Network. As a branch supervisor at Ullrich Aluminium, Daniel isn’t afraid of a bit of hard work if it means doing things better.

And Daniel isn’t one to shy away from a challenge.  

Consecutive governments have ignored the ticking time bomb of Tasmania’s ageing population and the impact that has on Tasmania’s economy. Daniel wants the issue placed at the front and centre of politics, because it goes to the heart of how we set ourselves for the future. He’s focused on bringing down the cost of living without gutting investment in education and hospitals.

Like all the candidates running for the Jacqui Lambie Network, Daniel knows young people are leaving Tasmania because they have no choice.

Daniel wants to see Tasmania become a place of opportunities and attract young people to the state.

Tasmanians are disconnecting from the current crop of politicians because they believe the politicians are in it for themselves and their mates. Daniel’s decided to stop complaining about politicians who are in it for themselves and replace them with someone who’s in it for you.