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Geelong – Liberals: Freya Fidge

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Freya Fidge works in human resources at south-west milk processing company Fonterra and was an independent candidate at the 2017 City of Greater Geelong council elections.

Her family has a long history in local government – her father Jim Fidge was the Mayor of Geelong from 1987-89 and her grandfather Roy Fidge was Mayor of Geelong from 1954-56 and 1964-68.

Ms Fidge has pledged to reduce crime, reduce the cost of living pressures and reduce traffic congestion if she wins the state election.  She has also promised to establish a Minister for Geelong portfolio.

 

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