A forum in October will quiz state election candidates ahead of voters going to the polls.
Logan Country Safe City will host the event at Jimboomba Rotary Hall on October 10, from 2pm-4pm.
Voters will be able to question the Logan and Jordan candidates on their campaigns and vision for the area.
Navdeep Singh (Greens) and Neil Symes (One Nation) are looking to unseat Jordan MP Charis Mullen.
The Liberals will put Clinton Pattison forward to take on Linus Power for the Logan seat.
Inland rail, hooning legislation and the Mount Lindesay Highway are set to dominate election topics for candidates this year.
Mr Power said he looked forward to facing the voters at the forum.
"It's one of a couple of forums I'm doing before the election," he said.
"I appreciate them being organised to give me the chance to speak to the voters."
Logan Country Safe City chair Mathew Owens urged voters to get to the event.
"This will be a chance for residents and voters to hear from the candidates and ask them questions," he said.
"There will be an independent MC on the evening who will maintain control and impartiality."
It comes after the Greens named Kirsty Peterson as their Macalister candidate.
The family law mediator said she was running to give voters a clear alternative to the major parties.
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