Tanya Thompson seeking to represent Myall Lakes

Tanya Thompson, the National Party candidate for the Myall Lakes electorate.

TANYA Thompson is the National Party candidate for the Myall Lakes electorate in the upcoming NSW state election.

From Macquarie Street to the smallest communities of the Myall Lakes, Thompson has been out and about advocating for the electorate and listening to people’s needs.

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“As I move across the region, I look forward to hearing what matters most to you – the people that make our community,” said Ms Thompson.

“I am passionate about this community I call home, and I am also a passionate advocate for mental health services, having lost my brother to suicide in 2015.”

Important immediate priorities include health services, roads and transport infrastructure, support for local community groups, small and rural businesses and seniors.

“It’s about supporting the determination, resilience and work ethic of people in our community,” said Ms Thompson.

“I have a long and strong association with the seat of Myall Lakes, having lived in the area for almost 20 years and have worked in hospitality and real estate, run an award-winning small business, and been a member of numerous local business and community organisations.”

Since February last year Thompson has been an electorate officer for retiring Myall Lakes MP Stephen Bromhead.

Ms Thompson wants to forge a career where she can make a difference to people’s lives and with support from the broader community she said she will put regional people first and make real change for the community.

Contesting the seat of Myall Lakes are Manley Keys (Legalise Cannabis Party), Eleanor Spence (Greens), Mark Vanstone (Labor), Jason Bendall (Independent), Tanya Thompson (Nationals) and Maree McDonald-Pritchard (Sustainable Australia Party).


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