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Adding a Greens tint

Fourth tilt: Thomas Campbell is standing for election to Warrnambool City Council, his fourth tilt at public office in three years.
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THOMAS Campbell says while he will be a Greens candidate in October’s Warrnambool City Council elections, the Greens will not dictate what he does.

Mr Campbell said hewould always “come back to the community first” in making hisdecisions.

Hebelieved a number of serving Warrnambool councillors were members of political parties and he had declared his endorsement bythe Greens because he believed in “being honest and up front with people,” he said.

“It’s something that people have a right to know,” Mr Campbell said.

He is the only candidate in the big field of 17 seeking election to Warrnambool councilto be endorsed by a political party.

His tilt at Warrnambool council will be his fourth at public office in three years, having already contested two state and one federal election.

His previous election campaigns had grown his interest in politics and he was standing again because he believed“government is important,” he said.

“Decisions are made by those who show up and put in an effort to make a change,” Mr Campbell said.

He said it appeared the council was very factionalised with decisions made according to “which side of the divide you sit on.”

Mr Campbell said he believed councillors needed to “respect the other people who have been elected” and “take time to listen and appreciate where they are coming from.”

Councillors needed to think not only about getting another three votes to get a majority but about all the other six councillors, he said.

“I will strive for consensus,” MrCampbell said.

He said he hoped people would vote for candidates who were willing to talk to each other.

Mr Campbell, who is currently studying a Bachelor of Primary Education at Warrnambool University’sDeakin campus,said getting more focus on education was one of the main reasons he had decided to stand.

“For Warrnambool’s future, we need to maintain and grow Deakin University and we need to redouble our efforts to lift the Year 12 attainment rate,” Mr Campbell said.

“I’d also like to make Warrnambool bicycle friendly, to look after the environment and supporting native vegetation in local projects.”

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