Dean Lynch, the current Mayor of Cooma, launched his campaign on Wednesday, August 7th, for the federal seat of Eden-Monaro, as the Palmer United Party candidate. The launch took place at the Queanbeyan Leagues Club. Dean Lynch was backed up by 4th generation Queanbeyan boy, Glenn Lazarus, standing as the Palmer United Party’s leading Queensland Senate candidate.
Also in town offering their support were Matt Adamson, standing as the leading New South Wales Senate candidate, Lyndal Harris, candidate for Gilmore, Wayne Slattery, ACT Senate candidate and Tony Hanley, candidate for Canberra.
After the launch, Lynch, Lazarus and Adamson left Queanbeyan to commence their campaign tour down the south coast.
Dean Lynch at the Palmer United Party campaign launch for Eden-Monaro:
Glenn Lazarus, when asked about what Palmer United Party means for Queanbeyan Business:
Matt Adamson, when asked about leadership: