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PROUD TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF CHIFLEY

I was raised in western Sydney and educated at Blacktown South Public School and Mitchell High School. I was among the initial wave of students to graduate from the University of Western Sydney.

Since I was elected to Federal Parliament in 2010 I have fought hard for local jobs, education, infrastructure and decent healthcare because I know how important they are to this community.

I am also passionate about the digital economy creating the jobs of the future. There are so many small businesses in this area that need good, fast broadband to compete and I will continue to fight for them.

Currently I am serving as the Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy and the Shadow Minister for Employment Services, Workforce Participation and the Future of Work.

ED HUSIC MP
Federal Member Chifley

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