Our policies

Getting Traffic Moving - Turn Left On Red

If elected in 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will expand the number of intersections where motorists can turn left at a red traffic light.

2036 5.0

Council rate capping

If elected in 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will impose a cap on council rate rises, to stop rates being dramatically increased by local government and putting undue pressure on homeowners.

Multi-peril Crop Insurance - Supporting Our Farmers

If elected in 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will waive stamp duty on multi-peril crop insurance, allowing our South Australian farmers the opportunity to produce crops with the safety of knowing they can break even on crop production costs during volatile climatic condition periods.

2036 1.0

Prisoner Voting Restrictions

If elected in 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will prevent prisoners voting in State Elections if they are convicted of a crime so serious that they are sentenced to a term of three or more years.

2036 6.0

Farm Debt Mediation

If elected in 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will introduce the Farm Debt Mediation Bill into Parliament and implement a mandatory mediation process to be administered by the Small Business Commissioner of South Australia.

2036 1.0

Reinvigorating Glenelg

If elected in 2018 a Marshall Liberal Government will invest $20 million towards the redevelopment of the Glenelg Jetty to reinvigorate the precinct. This will enable a range of new tourism and retail offerings, while also strengthening those businesses already operating in the area

Adaptive Reuse - Rejuvenating City Buildings

If elected in 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will make it much easier for many CBD buildings to be rejuvenated.

No increase to the GST

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will oppose any moves to increase the tax burden on South Australian families and businesses through the GST.

Marine Parks - Sustainable Management

If elected in March 2018, a Marshall Liberal Government will maintain South Australia’s network of marine parks but revise the current Sanctuary (No Take) Zone boundaries.