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.
Let’s reimagine our education system.
My mandate is to bring awareness to the importance of raising the whole student... to combine education with strong mental health and wellness supports. The opportunity for our children to have more free play. To see students develop a love for school and a love for learning. To create an environment where every student feels better at the end of their school day. Sounds like a dream, eh? Well, I dream BIG!
A VOTE FOR TIM IS A VOTE FOR EDUCATION
Keeping the care in healthcare.
Everyone deserves equal access to healthcare for mental and physical wellness. Especially now, when we’re living with COVID-19 and all of the frightening challenges that can come along with it. Yet, the growing privatization of our essential healthcare services is divisive. It’s putting our most vulnerable neighbours (low-income families and seniors) at a disadvantage. This can’t keep happening. I have some ideas, and I’d also love to hear yours.
A VOTE FOR TIM IS A VOTE FOR HEALTHCARE
Public safety needs our attention. Period.
Binding arbitration, including the ability-to-pay clause, is being reviewed by decision makers in New Brunswick. But there are three key groups that haven’t been given a voice at that table: citizens, firefighters, and police. This is the type of decision that can not be made without sitting down and talking to those directly impacted by the outcome. Fair taxation is the answer. Please consider the true weight of this issue when you go to the polls.
A VOTE FOR TIM IS A VOTE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
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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.