Senate Candidates

Peter Madden is an author, international speaker, broadcaster, activist and musician. Peter has also worked as a retail manager, real estate salesman, painter, taxi-driver and logger. He was raised and educated through the Catholic system.

Peter is a strong advocate for family values, free speech, small government, low taxation, land and personal property rights. Peter supported the recent High Court challenge against the senate voting system under the banner of ‘3 Million Voices’, seeking to save the voices of those voters – 25% of electors – who face losing that voice under the voting changes. Peter believes the major parties are not serving families and small business well, and has been a Family First senate candidate in the past federal election.

Family First is Australia’s leading independent party, with long experience serving in the balance-of-power all over the nation. Tassie voters will be very well served by voting 1 for FAMILY FIRST in the Senate.

FAMILY FIRST supports:

  1. Jobs – your right to work, and helping young people get jobs
  2. Affordable housing – reviving the Great Australian Dream of home ownership for all
  3. Lower taxes – a 20% tax rate for all Australians and less red tape
  4. Affordable energy – getting our living costs and business costs down so more people have jobs
  5. Safer roads – fixing Queensland’s ‘black spots’ to make our roads safer for all
  6. Water and export markets for family farms – land and water ownership policies to help our farmers feed the world
  7. Free speech, freedom of conscience and religion – defending the freedoms upon which this great nation was built.

Contact: mail@FamilyFirstTas.org.au.

Peter Madden Family First Tasmania Senate Candidate

Peter Madden

Andrew Roberts Family First Tasmania Senate Candidate

Andrew Roberts

Andrew Roberts is sixth generation Tasmanian on his father’s side with Dutch migrant grandparents on his mother’s side. Raised in Hobart and attending local government schools, Andrew graduated from the University of Tasmania with a PhD in chemistry before working fourteen years as an industrial chemist for a local aluminium powder company in Bell Bay.

During this time, Andrew developed a passion for responsible, family-friendly government and began advocating for truth and transparency at all levels of bureaucracy. Andrew has a strong sense of justice and is passionate for defending and strengthening our families. He is running for Senate to make sure that our government puts our “Family First” in all areas of life and policy. Andrew believes the major parties are not serving families and small business well, and ran as an independent in the 2014 State election for the electorate of Bass before finding a home for his convictions.

Family First is Australia’s leading independent party, with long experience serving in the balance-of-power all over the nation. Tassie voters will be very well served by voting 1 for FAMILY FIRST in the Senate.

FAMILY FIRST supports:

  1. Jobs – your right to work, and helping young people get jobs
  2. Affordable housing – reviving the Great Australian Dream of home ownership for all
  3. Lower taxes – a 20% tax rate for all Australians and less red tape
  4. Affordable energy – getting our living costs and business costs down so more people have jobs
  5. Safer roads – fixing Queensland’s ‘black spots’ to make our roads safer for all
  6. Water and export markets for family farms – land and water ownership policies to help our farmers feed the world
  7. Free speech, freedom of conscience and religion – defending the freedoms upon which this great nation was built.

Contact: mail@FamilyFirstTas.org.au.

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"Tasmania needs Senators who aren't obliged to vote with either the Government or the Opposition, but will vote sensibly based on what's genuinely best for families and Tasmania. Family First senators support and improve good laws, and will block bad laws. There's no checks and balances if the government is reviewing itself."
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