Dylan Kozlowski for Oxley
An ambitious local small business owner and car enthusiast who thinks outside the square, Dylan enjoys helping and connecting with people from all walks of life and he's passionate about improving the quality of life for everyday Australians.
"The COVID-19 pandemic has been an extremely difficult period for all Australians and it is frightening to see how quickly our governments have been able to take our freedoms away, freedoms that were never theirs to take in the first place. Like many other small business owners, I suffered a significant downturn in business as a result of the frequent draconian lockdowns imposed by governments across Australia. I will fight to restore our freedom."
Dylan is backing Pauline Hanson and standing for One Nation in the seat of Oxley to fight for those who don’t have a voice just as Pauline has always done. "I am fighting for all of the people who have been subject to the draconian vaccine mandates and have lost their jobs and livelihoods as a result and thoroughly support Pauline’s call for a Royal Commission into the management of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I am fighting to bring down the cost of living and the cost of electricity by building reliable low emission coal-fired power stations and for urgent tax reform to take the pressure off everyday Australians.
"I will deliver on law and order and establish initiatives to assist with reducing youth crime in the local area and implement initiatives such as juvenile diversion programmes such as bootcamps, cadetships and local support hubs as alternative sentencing options. I will increase youth liaison officers to provide greater contact between support and counselling services and re-establishing Neighbourhood Watch programs to assist in reducing youth crime across the region.
"I vow to be the voice of the people in Oxley and, like Pauline Hanson, I have the guts to say what many other politicians don’t. I will fight for what the voters want and what our region deserves, and I look forward to your support in the upcoming election."
Tel: 0400 078 883
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