About Clare

I grew up in Dunedin, went to school, started my first jobs and went to university there. I have strong family ties to the Dunedin South electorate.

I came back to Dunedin at the end of 2002 after 14 years away. I have twin boys. It was family that drew me back to Dunedin and a deep sense of belonging.

I am currently the Labour Party spokesperson for Broadcasting, Communications and Information Technology, Disability Issues and Open Government.

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