Donate to Corinne Mulholland for Petrie

Corinne Mulholland is the Labor candidate for Petrie in QLD for the 2019 federal election. Corinne is a long-term resident of the Petrie electorate. Buying her first house in Redcliffe when she was 21, Corinne has continued to live and work locally in the Moreton Bay region ever since. Having seen the region grow and thrive, she understands the pressures placed on local infrastructure and frontline services. Corinne will always stand up against the LNP’s cuts to local schools and hospitals. Corinne has significant experience working across Government and policy making. She currently works in a senior local government role, where she has built a strong reputation by working with local community, sporting and business groups to deliver for her community. Corinne will use this experience to fight for the roads, infrastructure and services we need in our growing community. Corinne knows that Petrie needs an MP who has the energy and vision to help build a stronger future. That’s why Corinne will fight to reverse unfair cuts to penalty rates and the LNP’s cuts to Redcliffe Hospital.

Corrine is being mentored by Bonny Barry, former QLD MP. 

"I was raised by an amazing single Mum who taught me what strong women can accomplish and what they need from the government to do that work. The core values of EMILY’s list are the values my Mum taught me and if elected at this upcoming federal election I will be a warrior for the changes we need to achieve those goals. I am running in a tough marginal seat in Petrie, Queensland against an LNP MP who has strong conservative views and is personally against reproductive choice, marriage equality and shows no commitment to pay equity, job security and making childcare affordable. It's time to send him on his way and replace him with an EMILY’s woman! I will be that proud EMILY’s MP with your help."




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