Tabatha Young, our dedicated community candidate for Chandler.
Tabatha is a true Bayside local, having lived in Manly West for 20 years where she is now raising her daughter.
Tabatha understands the challenges that families can face and knows the importance of investing in local services.
As an active community member, she knows the issues and fights for them. From basic needs such as footpaths and roads to reliable and inclusive public transport, Tabatha will be a strong voice for Chandler. For too long our suburbs have been neglected by this LNP Council and it is time to ensure Chandler gets its fair share.
Unlike our opponents, we rely on grassroots supporters to fund our campaigns. Chip in today to help Tabatha take on Adrian Schrinner and the LNP.
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