Fiona Scott, Liberal candidate for Lindsay, said the release of the Coalition's plan for Australia would be welcomed throughout Penrith and Greater Western Sydney.
"Our Plan - Real Solutions for all Australians", released by the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, explains the direction, values and policy priorities of the next Coalition government," Ms Scott said.
"Every day between now and the next election, I will be talking with residents throughout Lindsay about our plan to build a strong and prosperous economy and a safe and secure Australia.
"This plan will resonate with families, small business owners, young people and older Australians because it is based on what they have told us about their lives, their families and their hopes for the future.
"It's a positive plan that will deliver more jobs, higher wages and better services for Australian families, while reducing cost-of-living pressures.
"It will immediately take the pressure off families and business by scrapping Labor's carbon tax."
Ms Scott said the document is the Coalition's positive plan to build a strong and prosperous economy and a safe and secure Australia.
"I encourage residents to download a copy of Our Plan from www.realsolutions.org.au as it details how a Coalition government will build a stronger, more productive and diverse economy through lower taxes, more efficient government and more productive businesses," she said.
"We know that building a stronger, more productive and diverse 5-Pillar economy is the foundation of building a strong Australia.
"This is the plan that will provide hope to Australians from all walks of life.
"It's a plan that will create one million new jobs within five years and two million new jobs within a decade.
"I look forward to talking to parents, small business owners, older Australians and students about the plan over the coming months."
A busy member
Member for Lindsay/Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury has appeared twice on ABC TV in the past week.
On Friday, February 1, he was on Lateline battling with Christopher Pyne, Manager of Opposition Business, compered by Emma Alberici. It's on www.abc.net.au/lateline/
On Monday he joined Mr Pyne again with others on Q&A with a strong focus on voting in the west . . . dubbed, The Battle for the West. See this on www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/txt/s3680509.htm
Back to school
Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres is encouraging parents, students and carers of school children to visit the NSW Government's back to school web site: www.backtoschool.nsw.edu.au
The site offers information for parents and students on the changes being made to build a strong public education system in NSW, including the Schools Spectacular, Art Express, Premier's Spelling Bee and the Premier's Reading Challenge.