Ben Rankin: Wants to stand up for the many
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.
LABOR CANDIDATE: Ben Rankin.