Theo Zographos endorsed as Liberal candidate for Chisholm in upcoming Federal election


Councillor for Oakleigh Ward, Theo Zographos was officially endorsed as Chisolm’s Liberal candidate on Tuesday for the upcoming Federal election.

The Liberal candidate expressed his gratitude via Facebook, taking pride in representing the Liberals for Chisolm.

“I’m very much looking forward to a spirited contest about Australia’s future and meeting as many local Chisholm residents in this community that I was born and raised in and love,” Cr Zographos wrote.

“We need politicians with real world experience in our economy which is what I will bring to the fore in this campaign.”

According to the City of Monash, Cr Zographos was born and raised in Monash, Melbourne and is one of 11 Monash councillors dedicated to improving municipal services for all residents and ratepayers.




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