The seat of division four is a hotly contested one with a third candidate announcing they are wanting your vote and trust in the March 16 election.

Nathan St Ledger has lived in Logan for 40 years and has raised his family and owned and operated his business in the city.

“I bring real life relationship and business experience having run a successful trade business for the past 21 years,” said Nathan.

“Currently, I work with Logan youth within Education Queensland with a focus on community and youth engagement.

“I work passionately within the mental health space and have been a director of a mental health suicide prevention charity for the last eight years.”

Nathan’s commitment to the community is evidenced in his 21 years coaching and working with the youth of the city. Through football and also 8 years running A Chance For Change a mental health and suicide prevention charity that has helped countless people overcome the battles of mental health. Nathan’s work with disengaged youth over the past 2 years has seen huge benefits to the young people that have crossed paths with him.

Nathan St Ledger with Blue Tree

“I think they we need some fresh ideas and some old school values, and that I can promise I can bring,” said Nathan.

“My family is my heart and soul, and I don’t do anything without them. Having a supportive wife and family makes doing everything better and I’m blessed to have had my wife Tenille by my side for the last 21 years.”

To keep up with everything Nathan St Ledger in this election, you can follow him on his social media page – Nathan St Ledger

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