Bligh to freeze rego price

QUEENSLAND voters could find themselves stuck with "lucky dip leadership" if they elect a Liberal National Party government, Labor Premier Anna Bligh declared as she launched her election campaign with a pledge to freeze motor vehicle registration.

Ms Bligh, whose government is widely expected to lose to a resurgent LNP, today acknowledged she was facing the fight of her life, but insisted the battle lines had been redrawn as Campbell Newman faced the real prospect of failing to win the seat of Ashgrove, leaving a leadership void on the conservative side of politics.

Ms Bligh said the election was a contest between her and Mr Newman, the man leading the LNP from outside Parliament.
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"But it's also a contest between me and Jeff Seeney, and me and Lawrence Springborg, and me and Tim Nicholls, and me and John-Paul Langbroek," Ms Bligh said to laughter from party faithful.

"Friends, for all we know it's a contest between me and Bruce Flegg."

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