Lisa O’Malley is WA Labor’s candidate for the newly created seat of Bicton, which takes in the suburb of the same name, Attadale, Palmyra, Melville as well as parts of Fremantle and East Fremantle.

Lisa grew up in a close-knit community in country Victoria, before moving to Western Australia with her husband Mark 23 years ago.

Since then Lisa has always lived in the electorate, where she has fostered the same spirit of community she grew up with.

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