Queensland opposition leader Tim Nicholls has defended the Liberal National Party's how-to-vote cards following revelations of a One Nation candidate's adult store links.
The LNP on Friday announced it would reserve the last spot on its cards for the Greens in the upcoming state election, but will also ask voters to put One Nation above Labor in a swathe of seats.
President Gary Spence stressed the party has not entered into preference arrangements with the likes of One Nation ahead of the November 25 poll.
"We make recommendations, through our how-to-vote cards, but they are recommendations and we trust Queenslanders to vote for change," he said in a statement.
It was a line repeated by Mr Nicholls on Saturday after fielding questions about recent revelations concerning One Nation candidate Mark Thornton.
Mr Thornton made was on Friday grilled about an adult store he owns and, in particular, posts on the business's Facebook page.
One from January 2016 read: "Good sex should be in the gray (sic) area between 'tickle fight' and domestic violence".
"When it comes to preferences, what we've simply said are these are recommendations. I will let Pauline Hanson deal with her candidates," Mr Nicholls told reporters at Everton Park.
But when pressed to say if he supported the adult store's Facebook page content, Mr Nicholls said: "Not at all."
"That information is as new to me as it is to you guys in the media .. those decisions were made in terms of us yesterday afternoon before we saw that information," he said.
But Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick accused the opposition leader of "gifting One Nation an electoral boost at the ballot box" in a bid to secure the premier's post.
"He knows the only way he can sneak into office is with their help," he said in a statement issued on Saturday.