105 Cameron Street Launceston Tas 7250

ROSS HART– Australian Labor Party candidate for Bass

ROSS HART

Australian Labor Party candidate for Bass

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WELCOME FROM ROSS HART

Born and raised in Launceston, Ross is a proud local lawyer and small business owner who lives here with his wife Annie, and son Pete.

After a challenging 18 months, unfortunately Northern Tasmania has yet to see many of the projects promised by Scott Morrison and the Liberals in 2019. Bass, and Northern Tasmania needs a plan for the economic recovery from the COVID 19 pandemic, good well-paid jobs, secure employment and investment for the future.

Ross couldn’t stand by, having served his community previously, and watch our community miss out with the Liberals’ mismanagement and that’s why he’s running to be a strong local voice for Northern Tasmania, and to get our fair share in the recovery from the recession and pandemic.

Ross stands for better funding for the Launceston General Hospital, no cuts to Medicare and the NDIS, protecting pensioners and well-paid jobs and secure employment are Ross Hart’s priorities.

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