Gregg Bisset is the Australian Conservatives candidate for the South Australian state seat of Mount Gambier in the 17 March 2018 state election.
The Mount Gambier electorate includes the south-eastern South Australian city of Mount Gambier and outlying communities of Port MacDonnell, Tarpeena and Carpenter Rocks. To find your local electorate in the 2018 state election, click here.
Gregg comes from a trade background and now manages agribusinesses and agribusiness projects across Australia in addition to his farm. Gregg has been involved in advisory panels in agriculture both at a state and national level and has been a volunteer in the prison system in South Australia for 10 years. He holds a Business Degree in Human Resources and post graduate Diplomas in Agriculture and Rehabilitation Counselling.
Married to Helen for 36 years with four adult children and nine grandchildren, he sees upholding family and conservative values as the only way his children and grandchildren will be afforded the same opportunities that he has enjoyed.
In the News:
- Greg Bisset makes the case for Conservatives in Mount Gambier's Border Watch newspaper
- Bisset slams SA-Best, Labor no-shows who caused debate cancellation
- Profile in the Stock Journal, 8 March 2018
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