WHEN YOUR PAYCHEQUE DEPENDS ON RESULTS, YOU LEARN TO WORK HARD. For the past 25 years, I’ve owned, operated, built, bought, and sold businesses in our community. As an entrepreneur, I know wins and losses, perseverance and sweat. I believe a political candidate needs to understand (and feel) the risks of receiving reduced pay or no pay, layoffs, shutdowns, and performance-based salaries. That’s why collecting a full paycheque, regardless of results, doesn’t sit right with me. Demonstrating fiscal responsibility, while fostering community partnerships and investments, is something I feel is an opportunity and should be a priority in Portland-Simonds. But that’s not where my priorities end: Education and healthcare are also key...
We have no time to waste as we prepare to head to the polls, so I’m making it as easy as possible for you to understand my position on issues that concern you, me, and our riding.
What drives Tim.
“Tim, if you’re ever feeling down or need a little boost of self-esteem, just do something for someone with no expectations in return.”
These wise words from Grampy Olive:
NO DOOR TO DOOR? NO PROBLEM. WE FOUND A SOLUTION.
I can’t visit you, so I welcome you to visit me, thanks to the magic of video.
Building a better Saint John . It’s #TimForChange.
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Undisputable leadership in outdoor education
A spirit of giving that runs in the family
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This is the time to vote for change.
There’s one thing every citizen of voting age in Portland-Simonds is looking for in a political candidate. Regardless of industry, socio-economic status, educational background, sports team (sorry for your loss, Leafs fans), or even political beliefs, what you want—and need—is a candidate who will listen.
This election isn’t about me. And it’s not about any of the other smiling faces you see on signs around the city. This election is about you.
And this is your chance.