Donate to Luz Stanton for Fadden
Luz Stanton is the Labor candidate for Fadden in Queensland for the 2019 federal election. She is a qualified lecturer, tutor and mentor for young professional creatives in the Performing Arts. Luz is a working single mother of two daughters, Georgia and Mikaeli, who have emerged as strong, independent and progressive women in their chosen fields despite challenges such as Multiple Sclerosis and disabling mental health issues. With a background in the performing arts, Luz is a platinum member of MEAA Equity and has advocated for improving actor’s health and wellbeing, working conditions and wages in the industry. For many years, she has been supporting other women to become involved in the political decision-making processes that effect their lives. After years of campaigning for other Labor candidates, Luz ran as a candidate herself in 2017 for the Gold Coast seat of Theodore. She believes her significant swing demonstrated the need in the rapidly growing area for greater funding support for local schools and hospitals and increasing training and job opportunities.
“I’m standing to represent the needs of women on the Northern Gold Coast and their families and provide support for equal opportunities that will enable them to live the life they choose.”
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