Lynette’s remarkable background and broad experiences are unique.
The Mount Barker Courier reports, she served in the Australian Army both full-time and part-time over a time frame spanning 25 years.
She has also worked in aged care, as a public servant and for a stock and station agent.
She has 23 years farming experience and as a mature aged student Lynette gained a BA in Psychology and Sociology.
Lynette believes public office is a privilege and if elected as a member of Parliament for the seat of Heysen would use her position to fight for principled policies and against the erosion of family values.
She is passionate about her country and values the standard of living and culture that Australia is known for.
Lynette will be advocating strongly in the electorate of Heysen for:
- Equal health care and mental health care for regional South Australians.
- Returning rural revenue through the Australian Conservatives Royalties for Regions policy that would be invested in services and infrastructure throughout Heysen.
- Right to farm legislation.
- Funding for mobile phone blackspots.
- Restoring the 110 kmh speed limit on rural roads and improvements in road infrastructure and maintenance.
- Improving curriculum performances and and outcomes in education for our students.
To read the Australian Conservatives “Investing in Rural and Regional South Australia” policy document, click here.