By Jessica Anstice
Susan Serey is the nominated Liberal candidate for Narre Warren South in the lead up to the state election on Saturday 24 November.
Her campaign is local and is built on a lifetime commitment to the area and a proven record of representation for the Casey community.
Ms Serey has grown up in Casey, attended school locally, worked locally, has extensive involvement with the local community and business organisations, and has been elected and re-elected to local government including having had the honour of serving as deputy mayor.
“My campaign to get better outcomes for our neglected Casey community is a life commitment to our local area and its future built,” Ms Serey said.
“From the many doors I have knocked on and calls I have made, voters have reinforced the importance of having a genuine local representing them in State Parliament, not just an occasional visitor to the electorate.
“I know our local issues, our people, organisations and the community’s aspirations, and would be honoured to continue getting the best outcome for our Berwick, Narre Warren South and Hampton Park communities.”
Ms Serey said she would be honoured to be the first local to represent the community.
“Its aspirations and needs in State Parliament for nearly three decades and end the neglect our community has suffered as a result,” she said.
“Not a day would be wasted to secure better outcomes for our local community to deal with the backlog of infrastructure accumulated over 16 years of previous Labor governments, to fix our congestion, make our community safer, cut the cost of living and genuinely supporting family and community values.”