Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced Megan O’Hara Sullivan will join her team to contest Toowoomba North for Labor in the election to be held later this year.
As a Toowoomba Councillor, Megan O’Hara Sullivan knows how to get things done, and has always valued results over politics. On Council, Ms O’Hara Sullivan has helped deliver strong financial management, and worked to create a pipeline of con-struction work for local tradies as our community recovers from COVID-19.
The Premier said Ms O’Hara Sullivan’s experience and energy will ensure a strong local voice for the people of Toowoomba North.
“We need local champions like Megan to deliver our COVID-19 economic recovery plan, to support businesses, restore local jobs, and encourage more industry to future-proof our great state,” Premier Palaszczuk said.
“Economies around the world have been impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. Australia is not immune. Queensland is not immune. We’re continuing to manage the health response and Queensland’s plan for economic recovery is well underway. That means we’re supporting local businesses and local jobs.”
Ms O’Hara Sullivan said she was proud to be part of a team which is on the side of all Queenslanders – a team that’s backing Queensland’s recovery from the impacts of the global pandemic, and has a strong track record of infrastructure and jobs such as the game-changing Toowoomba Second Range Crossing that opened last year,
“The Palaszczuk Government’s national leading health response has kept Queenslanders safe and healthy, and put Queensland in the best possible position for economic recovery,” Ms O’Hara Sullivan said. “I will work alongside my Toowoomba North community to reinvigorate the local economy and get more Queenslanders back to work.”
“I’m also proud to be part of a Labor team that has a strong track record of infrastructure and job delivery for our region, such ” Ms O’Hara Sullivan said.
Authorised J Campbell, 16 Peel St South Brisbane for the Australian Labor Party (Queensland)