Jo Siejka is Labor’s Member for Pembroke.
Jo is a passionate and hard working member of the Tasmanian community. Jo has seen firsthand the issues that face many members of the community as the CEO of the Youth Network of Tasmania.
Jo is taking a stand because she wants to see action taken to fix the crisis in our health system and rising youth unemployment.
She’s seen first hand the problems Pembroke residents face. The crisis in our hospital system means that people can’t access the health services when they need it, where they need it. Jo’s priority is easing the pressure in our health system.
Jo’s is committed to working for the people of Pembroke. She has the energy to push for a better TAFE system and local jobs for young people who just want to get their foot in the door.
That’s why Jo and Labor will rebuild our TAFE system and guarantee funding for TAFE so young people who don’t want to go to university have the opportunity to learn the skills they need.
Jo knows that a good stable job with decent pay and conditions are key to a decent life. That’s why she’ll stand up for the 44,000 workers who will be hurt by the Liberal’s harsh penalty rate cuts.
Jo is a born and bred Tasmanian who lives in Bellerive.
Only Jo and Labor will put people first in Pembroke.