Bob Vervaart

Contact Bob

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Bob@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Lyons

Are you getting value for your tax dollars out of the current crop of politicians?

Bob Vervaart doesn’t think so.

As a working class man who isn’t afraid of hard work, Bob is sick of hearing politicians always talking about changing Tasmania for the better, but never doing it.

Bob knows that small communities are the lifeblood of this state and have been neglected by the State Government, whose focus remains solely on Hobart.

He believes the regions within Tasmania should work together to improve the economy across the board, so all parts of Tasmania can benefit from the increased interest in our state as a tourist destination.

Bob’s concern for the underdog and the people around him who don’t have a voice is evident in his roles as union representative at his workplaces, and in his role as alderman on the Glenorchy City Council, where he served two terms.

It is this same drive to protect the voiceless and his strong social conscience that has brought him to run for the upcoming election, where if elected Bob would fight for a better Tasmania.

Unemployment, homelessness, inequality, and employee rights are just some of the issues Bob believes have not been addressed properly by consecutive Governments.

He hopes to be given the chance to make real change in Tasmania.

Contact Bob

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Bob@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Lyons

Are you getting value for your tax dollars out of the current crop of politicians?

Bob Vervaart doesn’t think so.

As a working class man who isn’t afraid of hard work, Bob is sick of hearing politicians always talking about changing Tasmania for the better, but never doing it.

Bob knows that small communities are the lifeblood of this state and have been neglected by the State Government, whose focus remains solely on Hobart.

He believes the regions within Tasmania should work together to improve the economy across the board, so all parts of Tasmania can benefit from the increased interest in our state as a tourist destination.

Bob’s concern for the underdog and the people around him who don’t have a voice is evident in his roles as union representative at his workplaces, and in his role as alderman on the Glenorchy City Council, where he served two terms.

It is this same drive to protect the voiceless and his strong social conscience that has brought him to run for the upcoming election, where if elected Bob would fight for a better Tasmania.

Unemployment, homelessness, inequality, and employee rights are just some of the issues Bob believes have not been addressed properly by consecutive Governments.

He hopes to be given the chance to make real change in Tasmania.