Donate to Linda Little for Maranoa
Linda Little is the Labor candidate for Maranoa in QLD for the 2019 federal election. Linda lives in Blackbutt on her farm with her husband and two foster children. Linda's working life has been varied and interesting. She has worked in retail as a sales assistant and as a manager, worked and lived on a sheep station, farmed small crops, run a hotel, and worked extensively in hospitality as a bar attendant. We as a family lived at worked at Bajool Hotel for a number of years.
She is a community champion, serving as the Zone Chairman of her local Lions Club, Secretary of the Nanango Stags Rugby League Club while also coordinating annual Christmas festivities for local families. If elected Linda's goal is to advocate for all the constituents of Maranoa and she plans to consult with community organisations and local councils to help improve the lives of all who live within the electorate.
Linda's work on the land and within the local community means she understands the value of hard work and understands the challenges facing her region. She knows firsthand the struggles local schools face caused by the LNP cuts and as a personal carer knows the impact of cuts to health services in our area. Linda is 100 per cent committed to properly funding local schools, our healthcare services, and delivering job security for our region. Linda Little has the community experience and compassion needed to finally get a fair go from Canberra.
Linda is being mentored by Liddy Clark, former QLD MP.
"Inclusion occurs when a diversity of people (e.g. of different ages, cultural backgrounds, genders) feel valued and respected, have access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute their perspectives and talents to improve their organisation. I strongly believe in the right of every woman to enjoy equal rights and privileges, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. This is because equality is a fundamental human right that should be enjoyed by all."
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