November Edition - Staying informed and up to date with news in Wannon
Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan, said Wannon has been waiting 18 months for the Albanese Government to help with the costs of fixing potholes and Labor’s scheme is too little too late.
In the Wannon electorate, residents are feeling the weight of broken promises and economic mismanagement 18 months into Anthony Albanese's Labor term. The pledge of a $275 reduction in power bills, cheaper mortgages, and improved family finances has given way to a stark reality of rising costs and unfulfilled commitments.
Dan Tehan was first elected as the Federal Member for Wannon in 2010.
Having spent nearly a decade in the Australian Parliament, Dan has established a reputation as a passionate advocate for his local community as well as achieving outcomes for rural and regional communities.
Dan’s education, personal experience and career have given him a real understanding of the needs of people living in our region. Importantly, it has also taught him how to get the action to address these needs.
Dan’s achievements have a direct impact on our communities: like reducing the level of regulation on small businesses, assisting farmers in selling their goods overseas and improving the standard of mobile phone and internet services in country areas.
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