|Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories|
October 1, 2007
|Preceded by||Charles Dent|
Bisaro began her political career in 1988 when she first ran for a seat in the municipal government as a School trustee, she served three terms and a total of twelve years in the position. In 2000 she decided to run for a seat as Councilor on the Yellowknife municipal council. She was elected and served through two terms, becoming deputy mayor in her second term until 2006.
Bisaro decided to move to territorial politics in 2007 running as a candidate in the Frame Lake electoral district in the 2007 Northwest Territories general election. She defeated two other candidates with 56% of the vote to win her first term in office.
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