The South Australian Nationals
Welcome to the SA Nationals website.
Our Party is entering a new and exciting phase in 2013, a Federal election year, and it will be an era of achievement and renewal.
The SA Nationals intend to contest the Eastern rural electorate of Barker at the September 14th poll, and are pleased to announce we have recently endorsed high profile and community minded Keith businessman, Mr. James DeBarro.
James’s involvement in the agricultural sector, community through his chairmanship of the Keith Hospital Board during recent troubled times, and his broad understanding of regional issues, will appeal to a large cross section of the constituency in Barker of the next few months.
Please make contact with him, and not only avail yourself of his knowledge and passion for the region, but feel free to offer to assist his campaign in any way you possibly can, to enable the SA Nationals to provide an effective voice in the next Coalition Government of which the Nationals will hold vital portfolios, and exert considerable influence as they have historically done in the past.
Our Senate ticket has been bolstered with the endorsement of former Murray Mallee girl Rachel Cornish who now lives and works in Murray Bridge, Rachel has a vast array of occupational and life experiences to draw on, as an ideal running mate to James Stacey who has been actively campaigning to prise the sixth Senate position away from the Greens in September.
We hope you will use this site to reflect on our ideals and values, check out our campaign progress, and consider what they can bring to the political and economic health of this State.
We hope you will answer the call and join us in the fight to provide better representation for our neglected rural and regional areas.
For those for whom the SA National Party holds a real and active attraction, we look forward to welcoming you, to an increasingly active participation with us right now and in the future.
In today’s political climate, people feel considerable and increasing concern about the ability of the major Parties to govern effectively; to achieve a majority in their own right, and to effectively represent the broader constituency, given their deals with select groups, and their populist policies.
I therefore invite you to join our dedicated Party, The SA Nationals, to further the cause of the 30 per cent of South Australians who live outside the metropolitan area.
President, SA Nationals