Cathy Casey is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor, for the Albert-Eden-Roskill Ward.
She has a particular interest in social issues, such as taking a strong stance against bylaws restricting or criminalising begging, considering it an example of a social issue that should not be left to the police to try and manage. She is also supported by various unions for her stance on subjects such as opposition against "casualisation" of Ports of Auckland's wharf workforce, and her support for the living wage campaign.
In the 2010 Auckland Council elections Casey was elected from the Albert-Eden-Roskill ward. She was reelected in 2013, and again in 2016.
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