The Tasmanian Liberal election campaign has been dealt another blow with star Braddon candidate Adam Brooks summonsed to appear in court on alleged firearms storage offences.
- Liberal candidate Adam Brooks has been summonsed to appear in court on alleged firearms storage offences
- Mr Brooks resigned from the last term of government after an Integrity Commission report into the handling of his business while he was mining minister
- The charges come a week after Liberal Party candidate Dean Ewington resigned his candidacy over his opposition to COVID-19 lockdowns
One week after the resignation of candidate Dean Ewington, who advocated against COVID-19 lockdowns, the party will now face questions over Mr Brooks, who resigned from…