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Laurence, Kylie Mary (1978 - )

Born
1978
Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia
Website
http://www.familyfirst.org.au/nsw/index.php

Summary

Kylie Laurence was appointed New South Wales State Coordinator for the Family First Party in 2005.

Details

Kylie Laurence was educated at Calvary Chapel Christian Community School and the Regents Park Christian Community High School in Sydney. She left school at the end of Year 10 and enrolled at the Metropolitan Business College. She completed an Advanced Certificate in Business and Secretarial Administration from the MBC, and worked for some years as a legal secretary. She holds a Certificate in Public Relations from the Sydney Institute of Technology.

A committed Christian, Laurence believes strongly in the importance of the family as the basic unit of society. She was twenty years old when she first ran for election in 1998 and was soon employed by the Christian Democratic Party as Party Administrator. On its behalf she contested elections for the House of Representatives, Blaxland, 1998; the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Bankstown, 1999; and the House of Representatives, Reid, 2004.

In 2005, Laurence resigned as Party Administrator for the CDP to become NSW State Coordinator for the Family First Party.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.cdp.org.au/fed/candidates/laurence/kylie/2004index.asp (accessed 10 July 2005); http://www.cdp.org.au/fed/candidates/laurence/kylie/1998index.html (accessed 10 July 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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