Katter’s competition to design election TV advertisement

9 April 2013: KAP Leader and Federal Member for Kennedy Bob Katter this morning launched his 2013 Kennedy electorate federal advertising campaign, a campaign which in a remarkable departure calls for the public to design the advertisement as part of a national competition.
“Your Katter Campaign” is a competition open to Australian citizens of any age and location to design, develop and submit a video that will be used (in full or part) as Bob’s federal election Kennedy television advertising campaign.

Mr Katter said the campaign was created to empower the people and as a way to get a better understanding of the issues the Australian people consider very important to the country.

“I have been in politics for almost 40 years and have been representing Kennedy federally since 1993. This election I wanted to do something different.

“We are trying to work against the typical election ad which is full of talking heads droning on about policy.

“People have seen my noggin often enough on TV. This is about the people of Australia and the people recognising what needs to be done in Kennedy.

“It’s about trusting their intelligence and seeing what they think are the issues. It’s about a fresh perspective on politics.

“Politics affects everybody. It affects the quality of a person’s life and their future, so it makes perfect sense that the people get to contribute to my campaign.

“I call on everybody to get involved. It’s open to everybody: from high school and primary school students, university students, professionals, tradespeople – everybody.”

Your Katter Campaign launched at midnight last night and closes at midnight the 7th of June 2013.

To enter, email your name and address to yourkattercampaign@gmail.com to receive the Competition Guide that outlines the campaign instructions.

See this video for more details: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36pCbYmItaY

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