Beth Stevens for Indi

Office:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Electorate:
Indi
Tel: 450 369 338
Email: [email protected]

Beth Stevens grew up in Cranbourne, Melbourne, and moved to regional Victoria six years ago. A mother of four children, Beth is actively involved in running Auskick for kids in our community which she says is the best way to introduce kids to the great game of Aussie Rules Football.

She has seen firsthand how the people in regional Victoria can too often be forgotten by the government. With a background that encompasses retail, aged care, customer service, and most recently as an employment consultant, Beth decided to get involved in politics with Pauline Hanson's One Nation because she recognises that the people have lost their voice in government.

"I want to give back to every person within my electorate. I want to make a difference and solve problems. I want to get things done."

Beth is passionate about fixing the legacy of problems within the current regional Victorian health system. "I support One Nation's policy which recognises that our health system was beyond capacity prior to COVID-19 and particularly inadequate in regional parts of Australia. Increasing the number of regional doctors, nurses, and other critical health professionals is vital. It makes sense that One Nation will introduce three-year contracts for newly qualified medical professionals and in return pay their HECS-HELP loans in full."

Farmers are the mainstay of regional towns and the backbone of our great nation. "If elected, I will take a firm stand to ensure that much of the red and green tape is cut to enable farmers the right to care for and farm their own land."

Beth will always stand up for her community and protect the rights and freedoms of all Australians.

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Beth has seen firsthand how the people in regional Victoria can too often be forgotten. She decided to get involved in politics because she recognises that the people have lost their voice in government. With #OneNationAus she will get things done. #auspol