Lisa has served the WA community as an ambulance paramedic. As a paramedic Lisa became concerned with the emerging prevalence of mental health issues in the community, and decided to go back to university to study psychology, and, until recently, has worked as a registered psychologist at a clinic in Halls Head. Lisa is passionate about ensuring the people of Dawesville have access to high quality health and education services, and wants to ensure jobs are created for locals as WA recovers from COVID-19. That is why she wants to be a part of the McGowan Government team’s frontline, to help ensure the Dawesville electorate recovers, stronger than ever.
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Robyn Clarke was first elected as the Member for Murray-Wellington at the 2017 State Election. As a member of the McGowan Labor Government, Robyn has used her voice representing her constituents in Peel to help bring back the Peel Health Campus back into public hands and delivering a record amount of funding for a much needed rebuild of the hospital. Since coming to Government Robyn has also secured $10.3 million to build a Performing Arts Centre and Sports Hall at the Pinjarra High School, secured the rebuild of two new Australind trains and upgrades of train stations and level crossings across the Australind train line. Robyn has delivered a record amount of funding for projects all across Murray-Wellington, creating jobs for locals in all range of industry from tourism, to mining to primary produce.
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David Templeman was first elected as the Member for Mandurah at the 2001 state election and has been re-elected at every state election since. As a member of the McGowan Labor Government, David continues to work hard to deliver for Mandurah. The McGowan Labor Government will end the privatisation of services at Peel Health Campus and will deliver a $152 million major redevelopment of the hospital. Since coming to Government in 2017, the McGowan Labor Government has also started construction of the $32 million Mandurah Station multi-storey car park, delivered $16 million for the Lakelands Station project, provided $9.17 million for the construction of a Hospitality and Tourism Training Centre at Mandurah TAFE, built a therapeutic women’s refuge in Peel and more.
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