Susan Serey is a true local. She grew up in the area as a child and went to school at St Francis Xavier College. Susan has served our local community as a Casey Councillor since 2012 and more recently as Deputy Mayor, establishing a proven track record as a strong local voice.
Susan’s experience in the private and public sector and extensive voluntary work in the not for profit sector, including for the St Vincent de Paul Society, means she is well qualified and brings extensive real life experience as a representative of our community.
In a region that truly needs a local representative, Susan has shown the determination and commitment needed to serve the community.
As the Liberal Candidate for Narre Warren South, Susan will listen to local concerns and be the voice of our community, so we can:
Make our community safe
Fix the growing congestion on our roads
Ease the pressures of rising cost of living
With the Daniel Andrews’ Labor MP retiring at the next state election, the Narre Warren South electorate finally has the opportunity of sending one of their own to parliament. Susan Serey is passionate about representing her community – but she needs your support to help make Narre Warren South a better and safer place to live.