Removing stamp duty on home purchases and eliminating payroll and excise taxes are on top of Liberal Democrat Stephen Bisgrove's hit list.
Mr Bisgrove, a Sydney-based business consultant who lives in Orange, will be one of nine candidates to stand for the seat of Orange in the March 23 state election.
He said he would attend candidate forums in Orange and Forbes this week after missing the first forum on March 1.
"I will also hold my own information nights at Molong, Canowindra, Parkes and Forbes," he said.
Mr Bisgrove said apart from cutting taxes he wanted to see health services in the region improved.
"We will do all things necessary for agriculture and ensure government assists, and not hinders, the processes," he said.
Mr Bisgrove said he would promote a smaller government by cutting "excessive consulting costs."
No longer will the Orange electorate just cop the slack attitudes of major parties.Stephen Bisgrove, election candidate
He said he would give Orange a strong voice in parliament.
"I believe I have more determination than most to push the needs of the region. The region, geographically, is so well placed to be the Central West hub but has been forgotten for too long.
"I have the ability to lobby major parties for the changes and support this region needs."
Mr Bisgrove said the Liberal Democrats thought "outside the realms of standard politics.
"As a local member smaller party we have a bargaining chip to demand more for the electorate but at the same time, which ever party forms government, we will make noise.
"No longer will the Orange electorate just cop the slack attitudes of major parties."
Mr Bisgrove will be placed number eight on the voting slip after the ballot draw last week.
He said he had lived in the region for the past three years after marrying wife Dorota who has lived in Orange since 1980.
"I love the region, [it's] rich in culture, [with an] abundance of good work by many and my need to see the region reach full potential," he said.
The Orange candidates forum is on Thursday March 14 at the CWA Hall.
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