Roslyn Flanagan

Contact Roz

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Roz@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Braddon

Roslyn ‘Roz’ Flanagan moved to Tasmania in 2011 with her husband Mark and their two children, after they lost their business to the Queensland floods.

It wasn’t a tough decision to move to Tasmania; Roz and Mark had spent a lot of time here previously on holiday, and had fallen in love with the beautiful state and its people.

Together they own the Barnyard Vet in Penguin.

While Roz is happy with her life in Tasmania, she isn’t a stranger to hard times.

Roz knows what it’s like to be a single mum and she knows what it’s like to have to start again.

It’s this fighting spirit that brings Roz to the Jacqui Lambie Network, where Roz wants to be the voice of Braddon in the Tasmanian Parliament, where she will fight for the battler, for affordable power prices, and more jobs.

Roz isn’t a career politician; she is just a regular person who wants to stand up for the real people in this state who are struggling with real problems.

Roz is always ready for a chat and will go to great lengths to help someone she knows is needs it.

In fact, if Roz were to be elected, she would like to be a part of creating more refuges for victims of domestic violence and empower those victims by supporting greater funding for community legal centres.

Contact Roz

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Roz@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Braddon

Roslyn ‘Roz’ Flanagan moved to Tasmania in 2011 with her husband Mark and their two children, after they lost their business to the Queensland floods.

It wasn’t a tough decision to move to Tasmania; Roz and Mark had spent a lot of time here previously on holiday, and had fallen in love with the beautiful state and its people.

Together they own the Barnyard Vet in Penguin.

While Roz is happy with her life in Tasmania, she isn’t a stranger to hard times.

Roz knows what it’s like to be a single mum and she knows what it’s like to have to start again.

It’s this fighting spirit that brings Roz to the Jacqui Lambie Network, where Roz wants to be the voice of Braddon in the Tasmanian Parliament, where she will fight for the battler, for affordable power prices, and more jobs.

Roz isn’t a career politician; she is just a regular person who wants to stand up for the real people in this state who are struggling with real problems.

Roz is always ready for a chat and will go to great lengths to help someone she knows is needs it.

In fact, if Roz were to be elected, she would like to be a part of creating more refuges for victims of domestic violence and empower those victims by supporting greater funding for community legal centres.