Dr Daniel Mulino, Labor’s candidate for Fraser, is an economist with a PhD from Yale University. He has lectured at Monash University and worked at both the World Bank and the United States Federal Reserve.
Daniel was Bill Shorten’s economics adviser and he understands the importance of great education, services and local jobs to fast-growing areas like Fraser.
Most recently, Daniel served the Victorian community as a member of the Victorian Parliament. He was Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer between 2014 and the 2018 state election.
Working closely with the Treasurer, Daniel got things done in Fraser and across Victoria.
Daniel helped secure record funding for Victoria’s public services and improved access to excellent schools, quality training and good jobs.
He also helped deliver major new infrastructure projects across Fraser including the removal of level crossings, redevelopment of Sunshine Hospital and construction of the Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Born in Italy, Daniel is passionate about Fraser’s harmonious multicultural community and is excited about representing it in the Australian Parliament.
As a migrant to Australia and the father of a young daughter, Daniel understands the power of education and the opportunities it creates. He is committed to delivering for Fraser’s schools and improving access to great local TAFEs and unis.
If elected, Daniel will draw on his expertise and experience to promote economic development, fairness and to deliver the improved infrastructure and new local jobs that Fraser needs.
He will ensure major new projects, including the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, deliver real benefits for the people of Fraser and that communities such as Sydenham, Sunshine and St Albans develop as new employment and transport hubs.
Daniel will be a strong and experienced voice for Fraser in Canberra