Ben Rankin: Wants to stand up for the many

South Burnett Times - - NEWS - Ben Rankin is the La­bor can­di­date for Nanango at the Novem­ber 25 elec­tion.

G’DAY folks of Nanango, as the La­bor can­di­date this elec­tion I of­fer the choice of change.

I am a 40- year- old fa­ther of six ( three at home now). I’m a hus­band, carer and small busi­ness owner with ex­pe­ri­ences in work and life like so many of us, long and var­ied.

There is a feel, both vo­cal and si­lent, that Nanango has been ig­nored and or miss­ing out. That can change. I con­sider my­self dif­fer­ent to the norm. That gives off a fresh eye to con­sider all op­tions, for all not the few.

Po­lit­i­cal his­tory of con­ser­va­tive- only rep­re­sen­ta­tion brings the clear im­age that the need for change starts here, not for an­other shade of the same. Real change.

La­bor has shown that re­sults can be de­liv­ered, com­mit­ments can be se­cured, build­ings can be re­built, on record.

Nanango is a great elec­torate in which to live, raise the lit­tlies, and along with its his­tory, whether good, bad or in­dif­fer­ent, there is an ex­cel­lent fu­ture pos­si­ble for the ma­jor­ity.

Can­di­dates alone should show the in­ter­est in re­lo­cat­ing here; I of­fer my­self as a choice to im­prove not just main­tain or de­stroy.

Con­sid­er­ing the re­sults ver­sus the claims, the cur­rent of­fer­ings for our next gen­er­a­tions’ fu­tures, I stand of­fer­ing my mul­ti­tude of ex­pe­ri­ences with Labors’ long list of as­sist­ing and de­liv­er­ing, for a pos­i­tive di­rec­tion for­ward for the peo­ple of Nanango.



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