I’m the Victorian Greens candidate for the lower-house seat of Narracan in State Election on the 29th of November 2014. The seat of Narracan covers the Baw-Baw Shire and part of the Latrobe City Shire Council (Moe, Newborough (partial), Narracan).
I’ve worked as a General Practitioner in Yarragon since 1996. As a health care professional it’s concerning that discussing dying with dignity is feared by patients and myself alike. The Greens have a policy that would help to bring about a compassionate solution. This would reduce the long drawn out excruciating process resulting a loss of dignity and eventual death. We need Greens in government to have this discussion and work towards this policy.
I’m passionate about climate change as it is the single biggest threat to human health, the community and civilisation and our governments are not only failing to act, they are implementing policies that block effective action. It is time to stop them. We need Greens in government. I’m committed to renewable energy and I’m a proud to say I own an electric car.
I’m standing up for Narracan (and all the places in between) in the 2014 State Election. Our electorate needs better representation in Parliament surrounding improving our public transport, health, stopping coal seam gas, and global warming.
I want to be a part of making the world a better place to live in, so I can tell my grandchildren and children that I did my best.
You can read more about my vision for Narracan here.
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