LUKE DONNELLAN MP

FOR STUDENTS

Information for Primary and Secondary students to help with school projects.

Local students often ask Luke about the political system and the Narre Warren North electorate.

On this page you will find some answers to frequently asked questions, as well as some links to more information about the Victorian Parliament and Government.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Luke Donnellan?

Luke Donnellan is the Member of Parliament for the State District of Narre Warren North. Luke is Minister for Roads, Road Safety and Ports in Andrews Labor Government.

What does Luke do?

As the local representative for the district of Narre Warren North, Luke helps residents, schools, businesses and other groups with Victorian Government matters and works hard to improve the local area. He meets with residents and organisations; corresponds with ministers; speaks in Parliament on important issues and attends local events and visits local schools and businesses.

Does Luke have any other responsibilities?

Yes. Luke is the Minister for Roads, Road Safety and Ports.

Which political party is Luke a member of?

Luke is a member of the Australian Labor Party 

When was Luke elected?

Luke was first elected as the State Member for Narre Warren North in November 2002.

What were the results in Narre Warren North at the last election?

Luke received 54.56% of the two party preferred vote in the 2014 state election.

When do I enrol to vote?

If you are an Australian citizen aged 18 years or over and you’ve lived at your current address for at least a month, then you need to enrol to vote. You can also apply for enrolment if you’re 17 years old and will be automatically enrolled when you turn 18. Enrol to vote

What does the State Government do?

There are three levels of government: Federal, State and Local.

The State, or Victorian Government looks after issues like public hospitals, state schools, main roads and freeways, transport, police, ambulances and public housing. To find out if something is a State Government issue, visit the Victorian Government homepage.

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