Liz Beattie


Liz Beattie

Liz Beattie is an Australian politician. She was elected as an Australian Labor Party member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly in 1999, representing the electorate of Tullamarine. Following an electoral boundary redistribution, she now represents the electoral district of Yuroke. She serves as parliamentary secretary to the Minister for Education.

Prior to her election to parliament, Beattie was an official at the Australian Services Union. She had been elected as part of a group associated with Lindsay Tanner who had taken over the Federated Clerks Union, which had in turn merged with the ASU.

Her husband Chris Beattie was also an official at the Union.


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