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Nell McGill

Liberal for Shortland

Message from Nell McGill

STRONG ECONOMY. STRONGER FUTURE.

Because we’ve built a strong economy, we’re delivering for you and local communities across NSW.

Nell McGill is your Liberal candidate for Shortland.

A local mum and lawyer, Nell and her husband are raising their three daughters locally in Whitebridge.

As a litigation lawyer with over 15 years’ experience working with small and medium businesses, Nell knows that a strong local economy is the key to our region’s future.

And as a working mum, who is also caring for her ageing parents, Nell understands the day to day challenges faced by families in our area.

Nell has always believed in giving back to our community, as co-founder and director of a local non-profit supporting young women and girls, president of the school P&F, and volunteering for community projects and clubs such as the soccer club and Ronald McDonald House. Nell is someone who listens and delivers for our local community.
 
STRONG ECONOMY. STRONGER FUTURE.

OUR PLAN FOR SHORTLAND

Nell McGill and the Liberal Team will deliver for Shortland

 Upgrading the Fernleigh Awabakal Shared Track at Lake Macquarie and extending it at Belmont North. 
 Investing in our future hydrogen industry which will drive investment and create jobs across our region.
 Backing industries in the Hunter and delivering more jobs.

 Investing in stronger defence, borders and security.

 Securing affordable, reliable power and delivering the Hunter Power Project at Kurri Kurri.

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STRONG ECONOMY. STRONGER FUTURE.

STRONG ECONOMY. STRONGER FUTURE.

Our plan to build a stronger future:

  • Cost of living relief now.
  • A long-term economic plan that creates more jobs.
  • Record investments in essential services.
  • Stronger defence and national security.

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Nell understands a strong economy is the key to guaranteeing record investments for local schools, hospitals and other essential services.



Scott Morrison
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