Rodney Flowers

Contact Rodney

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

Candidate for Braddon

As a farmer on the North-West Coast and a small business owner, Rodney Flowers understands the pressures everyday Tasmanians are facing.[CA1]  He’s running for the Jacqui Lambie Network to make it easier for Tasmanians to get ahead, with less bureaucracy, less red tape and more opportunity.

Rodney is an experienced small businessman, running a crop farm at Forrest and a dairy farm at Redpa, milking 250 cows. He also runs his own roadside slashing business in, contracting to Circular Head and Waratah-Wynyard Council and Forestry Tasmania.

Rodney believes in giving back to his community, which is why he was a Circular Head Councillor for five years between 2002 and 2007.

And it’s why he is running as a candidate in the upcoming state election.

Like most Tasmanians, Rodney is sick of being promised the world by politicians trying to get your vote, only for them and their promises to evaporate once the election is over.

Also like most Tasmanians, Rodney believes politicians should represent their constituents, not party donors. He knows what it means to listen to the community and go in to fight for what they want.

Campaigning to open the Arthur-Pieman tracks for recreational use has been a priority for Rodney over the years, having dedicated many hours and his own money to the cause.

Rodney feels so strongly about keeping the tracks open to be enjoyed by all, even joining the Save Our Heritage Committee and employing experts to support his campaign.

As a farmer, Rodney understands that business and the environment can operate alongside one another in harmony, and will fight to ensure Tasmania is open for business.

Standing for the Jacqui Lambie Network will allow Rodney to keep fighting to open the Arthur-Pieman tracks and to ensure small business can remain viable in an era where small business no longer has an advocate.

Rodney knows the Liberal Party are no longer the party of small business. They’ve been captured by the big end of town and they’ve ignored the many millions of Australians who’ve gone into business with little more than an idea and their wits.

Labor and the Greens get their policies written for them by the unions, who are more interested in squeezing small business owners than supporting them.

The Hodgman Liberal Government’s promise to reduce red tape to alleviate the burden on small businesses is just another broken election promise that Rodney hopes to rectify.

Contact Jacqui

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

Candidate for Braddon

As a farmer on the North-West Coast and a small business owner, Rodney Flowers understands the pressures everyday Tasmanians are facing.[CA1]  He’s running for the Jacqui Lambie Network to make it easier for Tasmanians to get ahead, with less bureaucracy, less red tape and more opportunity.

Rodney is an experienced small businessman, running a crop farm at Forrest and a dairy farm at Redpa, milking 250 cows. He also runs his own roadside slashing business in, contracting to Circular Head and Waratah-Wynyard Council and Forestry Tasmania.

Rodney believes in giving back to his community, which is why he was a Circular Head Councillor for five years between 2002 and 2007.

And it’s why he is running as a candidate in the upcoming state election.

Like most Tasmanians, Rodney is sick of being promised the world by politicians trying to get your vote, only for them and their promises to evaporate once the election is over.

Also like most Tasmanians, Rodney believes politicians should represent their constituents, not party donors. He knows what it means to listen to the community and go in to fight for what they want.

Campaigning to open the Arthur-Pieman tracks for recreational use has been a priority for Rodney over the years, having dedicated many hours and his own money to the cause.

Rodney feels so strongly about keeping the tracks open to be enjoyed by all, even joining the Save Our Heritage Committee and employing experts to support his campaign.

As a farmer, Rodney understands that business and the environment can operate alongside one another in harmony, and will fight to ensure Tasmania is open for business.

Standing for the Jacqui Lambie Network will allow Rodney to keep fighting to open the Arthur-Pieman tracks and to ensure small business can remain viable in an era where small business no longer has an advocate.

Rodney knows the Liberal Party are no longer the party of small business. They’ve been captured by the big end of town and they’ve ignored the many millions of Australians who’ve gone into business with little more than an idea and their wits.

Labor and the Greens get their policies written for them by the unions, who are more interested in squeezing small business owners than supporting them.

The Hodgman Liberal Government’s promise to reduce red tape to alleviate the burden on small businesses is just another broken election promise that Rodney hopes to rectify.