Getting candid: Brittany Owens
Brittany Owens is Rodney’s The Opportunities Party candidate this election.
Dad’s a chef by trade, so dinner at the Owens’ house.
Change can be uncomfortable, but the world is forever changing, be open minded, be bold, and be the one to make a change if you don’t like what you see.
My 96-year-old grandmother. She helped raise my brother and I while my parents were working full time. She’s originally from Wales, but she considers herself a true Kiwi don’t try and tell her otherwise! She is a hard-case and brutally honest. I go to her when I need to hear the hard truth. for the hard-working folks of Rodney to afford safe, clean, secure housing and basic living costs.
We need more support for our most vulnerable families, those with children under three. The hardest years for any family are when children are young. TOP will introduce a Unconditional Basic Income (UBI) for all Kiwi families with children under three.
‘‘Change can be uncomfortable, but the world is forever changing, be open minded, be bold, and be the one to make a change if you don't like what you see.’’
This is a no strings attached $200 per week payment, not means tested, for every family with children under three. This will make it easier for parents to spend more time with their children in their most vulnerable years.