Neil Swann for Moreton
Unlike many of the 'career politicians' in Canberra, Neil Swann never had political aspirations.
It was only recently, confronted by the lack of integrity and transparency in government, the disturbing overreach of government into the lives of Australians and the heart of small business, and the critical issues affecting us all that Neil was compelled into action.
Neil cannot be bought and is not influenced by lobbyists. He is a hardworking father and husband, qualified linguist, Honours student, and speech pathology assistant.
Neil has worn many hats working as an employee in various customer service and administrative roles over the decades, and as a self-employed contractor. He has genuine insight and compassion for those living in the real world. He is alarmed by the decimation of small businesses and the promotion of global interests over those of ordinary citizens.
In his many years of commitment to tertiary education, Neil has encountered severe censorship and the inappropriate promotion of political agendas. He is committed to ensuring the integrity of our institutions and to freedom of speech.
Neil loves Australia and is grateful that his mother migrated here from India before he was born. He has compassion for all Australians from all walks of life.
Neil is tired of Australians being ignored. Both major parties have neglected, hurt, and misled their supporters. If given the privilege of being elected as the representative for Moreton, Neil will listen to the people and serve them; advocating for his electorate in the strongest terms.
"I am fighting for Moreton because I am terrified for my children’s future and the direction this country is headed in. I have seen, firsthand, the suffering of those around me in Moreton. This is the most important election to date in this country. I will stand up against wasteful national debt, economically and socially harmful policies, and the crushing of the liberties and values which make Australia the Lucky Country. Other politicians don't care, I do."
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