Vying to be ourlocal State MP

19-07-2019 by admin

Cabonne councillor Janelle Culverson is the latest candidate to put her hand up to contest the state seat of Orange after Mr Gee won National Party preselection for the federal seat of Calare. Parkes’ State MP Andrew Gee has not yet resigned but the position is already hotly contested.
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Cabonne councillor Janelle Culverson is the latest candidate to put her hand up to contest the state seat of Orange after Mr Gee won National Party preselection for the federal seat of Calare.

Mrs Culverson will contest the seat as a National Party member and will compete in a National Party preselection against Orange councillor Scott Munro, who is also running the seat of Orange.

“I see the position as one where you are there to represent the people, listen to them and communicate what they are saying and to fight for them,” Mrs Culverson said.

Mrs Culverson was elected as a Cabonne councillor eight years ago, she is married, has three children and runs a civil construction and agricultural service business.

She says has had diverse experiences in life, which give her an advantage when it comes to representing the people of the electorate.

“I have insights in to many of the issues affecting people’s lives… for example issues affecting families, young people and working women,” Mrs Culverson said.

“I am committed to seeing our community prosper and grow, not only for us now, but so our children have the choice of enjoying a rural lifestyle that is not less than our metropolitan counterparts in opportunity and prosperity,” she said.

The date of the Orange by-election has not been announced and Mr Gee has indicated he intends to stay on as local state member until June 9.

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