Clive Palmer's Palmer's United Party wants to make an electoral impact in Wannon despite its candidate living in North Queensland.
Bradley Ferguson said if elected on September 7 he would relocate to Victoria and begin immediately fighting for the outcomes his party's initiatives are looking to achieve.
"We have some great initiatives to help small business including changing compulsory quarterly tax returns, from every quarter to the end of the year," he said.
"That would mean every time a dollar is spent, it would create more GST."
Mr Ferguson said his party would also be working to help people who are struggling to meet every day costs of living.
"For pensioners, we are proposing a 20 per cent rise, or $150 extra in the aged pension," he said.
"So for people who are currently only left with $50 expendable cash a week that will do wonders."
Mr Ferguson said providing money for the healthcare system would be made easier by the mechanisms they would have in place to bypass the states and go directly to hospitals.
"Our policies stand on their own, they will create a better Australia for everyone, raise living standards and create jobs and wealth," he said.