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McCubbin, Jo

Occupation
Paediatrician and Political candidate

Summary

Jo McCubbin stood as a candidate for the Australian Democrats in the Legislative Council Province of Gippsland at the Victorian state election, which was held on 18 September 1999. She was a candidate again at the 2002 election,which was held on 30 November 2002. In the 2006 election, which was held on 25 November, she stood as an Independent in the Legislative Assembly seat of South Gippsland.

Details

Jo McCubbin, a resident of the town of Sale in Gippsland, is a paediatrician who is committed to working for a healthy planet for all children. She describes herself as an environmental activist. She was a founding member of the Gippsland Women's Network, is a member of the Project Management Committee of the East Gippsland Arts Network and a member of Doctors for the Environment.
She is a descendent of Australian artist Frederick McCubbin.

Rosemary Francis

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