Posted by: Grant | August 19, 2010

Terence Cardwell, Senate Qld – Climate Sceptics Party

The Climate Sceptics Party have candidates in all the states Senate ballots and in some key marginal Reps seats.
If you are peeved off with Green excesses, give them your first vote.

Your vote is not wasted, you can give your next preference to Liberal or Labor. Leave the Greens last

Terence Cardwell, Senate Qld – Climate Sceptics Party.
http://climatesceptics.net/?p=1546

Born; Nottingham England on 21st March 1941

Migrated to Wollongong, Australia December 13th 1953
School; Keira Boys High School
Apprentice fitter and Machinist with the Electricity Commission of NSW 1956 to 1960
Fitter and Machinist 1960 to 1962
Instrument and Control Technician 1962 to 1964
Assistant Power Plant Operator at Wallerawang, Tallawarra, Munmorah Power Stations 1964- 1969
Power Plant Operator Munmorah, Commissioning and Operating 350MW units 1969 to 1978.
Moved to Rockhampton QLD and owned Terry�s Marine Centre 1978 to 2005.
Retired 2005.
Member of Rotary Club of North Rockhampton for the past 30 years. President 1998-1999.
Return recently from the Solomon Islands after two weeks of community work at a Hospital and a College.
One son and two daughters Sherrie 48, Steven 46. and Julie 44.
Writer and Author of the book ‘Nulli Secundus-Second To None’ which recently won an international award.
Blogsite: http://www.terrycardwellsblog.blogspot.com
Website: http://www.secondtonone.com.au

Find your Climate Sceptics candidate here – or just look for them on your ballot paper – http://climatesceptics.net/?page_id=1258

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