Here for Geelong

Representing the people of the Geelong, Bellarine and Lara areas as the Member for Corio is the greatest honour of my working life.

As your local Federal MP, I want to be a strong voice fighting for a positive future for the Geelong region, and to do my job effectively I need to hear what matters to you and your family.

If I can help you with a Federal matter, please contact me.

Yours sincerely,
Richard Marles

Together we can
make a difference

VOLUNTEER WITH RICHARD

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Always a pleasure to visit schools across my electorate. Interesting questions today about parliament, submarines and elections.

Only Labor will invest in our kids education - www.alp.org.au/fairfunding
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Always a pleasure to visit schools across my electorate. Interesting questions today about parliament, submarines and elections.

Only Labor will invest in our kids education -  https://www.alp.org.au/fairfunding

Hoping that people have enough money to pay rent, feed themselves and take care of their families just does not cut it.

Only Labor will reinstate Penalty rates in the first 100 days of forming Government.
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A pleasure to attend the opening of Baptcare Coasthaven Community in Norlane today. All the best to Norm Hamilton and the first residents of the new building. Congratulations to Robina Bradley, Brandon Howard and Graham Dangerfield on a wonderful facility.

Under the Liberal Government the waitlist for home care has grown from 88,000 to almost 128,000 older Australians in just over a year.

Labor has been calling for action on reducing the waitlist since the first release of data revealed too many older Australians were waiting for care.

The Liberals haven't done enough, only Labor will act.
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A pleasure to attend the opening of  Baptcare Coasthaven Community in Norlane today. All the best to Norm Hamilton and the first residents of the new building. Congratulations to Robina Bradley, Brandon Howard and Graham Dangerfield on a wonderful facility.  

Under the Liberal Government the waitlist for home care has grown from 88,000 to almost 128,000 older Australians in just over a year.

Labor has been calling for action on reducing the waitlist since the first release of data revealed too many older Australians were waiting for care.

The Liberals havent done enough, only Labor will act.