My Suggestions and My How to Vote Card – Your Choice

My Suggestions and My How to Vote Card – Your Choice

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This is my suggestion only, please choose the Candidates who you believe would make a great team to lead our region for the next four years:

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I am looking for equal representation of gender with merit, equal representation of location within the region and Candidates that will work tirelessly, productively and positively as a TEAM for the next four years.

Please give serious consideration to the current status quo and if you want a fresh change, I urge you to make the hard decision now.  We need Councillors with a dynamic and innovative approach to shape our region and to reach an achievable goal  “Lead in the field of Local Government by example.”  I know we can be that Council!

Sean, Otis and Bob represent the southern part of our region and they all have sound knowledge and experience in the government arena.  The boy’s club mentality will be removed by giving these Candidates your vote.

Helen, Carmel and I represent the northern part of our region and whilst Carmel will be new to Local Government, she is by no means new to our region and what is needed to push our great region forward.  Helen is a sitting Councillor and has been with Somerset Council for four years.  Helen was the highest polling Candidate in the 2012 Local Government Elections.  I put myself up with over 30 years knowledge and experience of Local Government.  I know that we can work as a team and develop immeasurable outcomes.

Finally, I look for Candidates with experience and knowledge, along with passion and commitment, and who will be a team player and kick off from day one to work hard to govern our beautiful region.  We need sound decision makers!

“Let us elect a team that will take our Council, businesses and communities forward with fresh and new ideas.”

You may wish to change some of my suggested Candidates; I will leave that decision to you.


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