By Jessica Anstice
Luke Donnellan has been the Member for Narre Warren North since 2002.
In the lead up to the state election, he has promised to focus on areas that matter to the community such as schools, healthcare and transport.
“I’ve spent lots of time talking to people about what matters to them,” he said.
“People can see we’re doing a lot of work locally, fixing roads like Narre Warren North Road and Hallam Road, upgrading schools and expanding the Casey Hospital.
“There’s more to do and only Labor will deliver the things that families in Narre Warren North need.”
Mr Donnellan said that Labor delivers services that people need and that “all the Liberals do is cut.”
“We’ve delivered free TAFE, removed level crossings, added new lanes to the Monash, we’re expanding the Casey Hospital and, most importantly, we’ve created thousands of jobs for Victorians,” he said.
“I’m a straight-talker, I tackle problems head-on and I advocate for this community around the cabinet table.”
If elected, he said his first point of business will be to deliver the things the community needs.
“Like the new 24/7 police station, getting on with Labor’s upgrades to Narre Warren North Primary School and the Timbarra P-9 College and finishing the expansion of Casey Hospital,” he said.