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About Nick

Nick McBride is a local grazier and active community member who is the Liberal member for the seat of MacKillop.
 
Nick is proud to be part of the Marshall Liberal Team and has the skills and determination to deliver local, regional and State betterment.
 
Born, raised, living and operating a business in the South East, Nick appreciates first hand local issues and the hardships that regional communities bear over their city counterparts.
 
Nick is committed to seeking support for regional businesses and families to drive development and grow jobs in the South East.
As a Board member of local agribusiness and not for profit organisations, Nick is known for his energy and enthusiasm. He is determined to fight hard to ensure the region receives it’s fair share of infrastructure spending including much needed funding for roads, mobile phone towers and drainage networks.
 
An active participant of the local football league, Nick is well connected with the local community and believes listening and engaging with voters at the grassroots level is vital.
 
Access to good medical treatment, hospitals and health services is vital and improvements to existing facilities is vital for South East residents.
 
Education is another of Nick’s passions and he believes striving for excellence in this field will maximise opportunities for our children to grow into contributing community members that will enhance the region.
 
If you have any suggestions, please contact Nick as he is keen to hear your issues and will welcome your contact.

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About MacKillop

The electorate of Mackillop was named after Mother Mary MacKillop (1842 - 1909) who founded the Instiute of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Penold in 1866. Her work, and that of the many nuns since her passing, has contributed to the welfare of thousands of South Australians by educating under privileged and isolated children in harsh times and caring for the sick and needy. Mother Mary MacKillop became the first Australian to be canonised on 17 October 2010.
 
Based in the south-east of the State, MacKillop is comprised of the Tatiara Disctrict Council, the Kingston District Council, the Naracoorte Lucindale Council, the District Council of Robe, the Wattle Range Council and a portion of the Coorong District Council.