THE Country Alliance Party is looking to expand its influence and shift political attention back to rural areas with a wider campaign in the November State Election.
Country Alliance Party (CAP) upper house candidate and Anglesea fishing gear shop owner, Garry Kerr, told The Spectator that the party was adapting the Democrats slogan and will “keep the bastards accountable.”
Despite lifting a confrontational slogan from the late Don Chipp and his almost-dead Democrats Party, Mr Kerr said the CAP aimed to work with the major parties.
“At the last state election, the Country Alliance actually decided who got government; our preferences decided six seats throughout Victoria,” he said.
“We preferenced four Liberals and two Labor candidates.
Full story in the Spectator on Thursday, February 20, 2014