Jeremy Davey - Independent Kawana

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state electorate of KAWANA

Jeremy Davey - Independent Kawana

After growing up in Buddina and attending Buddina State School and then Kawana High, Jeremy joined the Royal Australian Navy where he served for over 20 years. During his service, he saw Active and Operational service in East Timor, the Solomon Islands and many years of service on Border Protection operations in Northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. He was also fortunate enough to attend the Royal Australian Naval College and undertake tertiary study in Policing and Counter Terrorism.

Jeremy left the Navy due to both physical and mental injuries sustained over his years of service. He is now classed as an Incapacitated Veteran. Nowadays, Jeremy contributes to the wider community as a Justice of the Peace and assisting other Veterans with both administrative and personal issues. He is married to Wendy and has two teenage children who attend high school on the Sunshine Coast.

Jeremy is running for the seat of Kawana as he believes the comfortable majority enjoyed by the local LNP member has been taken for granted and that Labor at a state level ignores the seat due to this majority. He believes that should a crossbench MP such as himself be elected to the next parliament, not only Kawana but the Sunshine Coast as a whole would benefit from financial incentives offered by both the LNP and Labor as they fight to form Government in what is certain to be again a hung parliament.


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