VIC SENATE CANDIDATE
I was born in Wangaratta Victoria and did my early schooling in Wang.
My parents moved to Cooma NSW in 1970 where I completed my schooling at Monaro High School.
I moved to Melbourne Victoria in 1977 where I started an apprenticeship in the commercial Plumbing field. Having completed my apprenticeship in 1981, I worked in the domestic building industry until 1991. I moved into the automotive field with a company called Ecotrans which was promoting a lost knowledge on internal combustion engine tuning. I helped develop a passenger Bus to convert from diesel to gaseous fuels which at the time was the first to have done that transition successfully. In 1995 I moved back to the building trade installing metal fascia and gutter to new houses until 2000 when the implementation of the GST caused a downturn in the building industry.
In 2001 I started public meetings with a view to educating the general public Constitutional law. I formed the Community Law Resource Group in 2002 which became the Community Law Resource Association in 2015. In 2016 I was employed by Senator Culleton from Western Australia as member of his office in Canberra. In 2018 we registered the Great Australian Party.
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