MEMBER for Bass Jordan Crugnale has announced she was nominated to again stand for the seat of Bass at next year’s state election.
The following is a statement from Ms Crugnale.
“Since being elected to the seat of Bass in the Victorian Parliament in 2018, my focus and energy have been dedicated to advocating and delivering for the communities I am so proud to represent,” she said.
“I am as determined as ever to enable it to succeed, and grow, and flourish. There is still so much work still to do.
“It’s for this reason that I have nominated to again stand for the seat of Bass at the next state election.
“I’m grateful to those who have encouraged me to restand; and to the communities who have worked alongside me on projects large and small.”
Ms Crugnale said however, with huge population growth across the area, the Victorian Electoral Commission has moved the communities of Pakenham and Clyde North into other seats as part of a redistribution of electoral boundaries.
“The electorate of Bass will also welcome Tooradin, Pearcedale, Cranbourne South, Devon Meadows and Cannons Creek, which will reflect the clear and ongoing connections to Westernport Bay,” she said.
“These changes to the boundaries of Bass will not take effect until the election next November. “And so until these changes are made, please be assured that I will continue to serve all parts of the electorate, and to advocate as fiercely and articulately as I can, to secure our fair share of engagement, funding and resources.”