Timothy Lovell

Contact Tim

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

Candidate for Braddon

Tim Lovell has lived on Tasmania’s North-West Coast for nearly all of his life. He loves the region, and wants to give it a future to be proud of.

When the opportunity to represent Tasmanians in this region arose, Tim jumped at it, eager to be a part of positive changes to improve health services, employment opportunities and to bring trust and honesty back into state politics.

Tim’s a healthcare professional who’s seen direct from the bedside the way Labor and Liberal Governments have let sick Tasmanians down. He’s not a career politician, too focused on climbing up the factional ladder to actually work for his community. He is a regular Tasmanian who will tell it how it is.

Tim comes from a large family where it was important to make a little go a very long way spending much of his younger days helping the family out any way he could, putting food on the table was always an adventure fishing, hunting working on farms and a veggie patch in the backyard making a little go a long way.

These days Tim works tirelessly in aged care, where he’s at the coalface of the impacts of Tasmania’s ageing population.

Tim’s a people person. For the last forty years or so, Tim’s crossed paths with people from all walks of life, from teachers and bankers, to farmers and shop owners. He has spent a lifetime listening to the concerns from people who contributed to their community and knows these are the people who have their finger on the pulse, and these are the people who politicians should listen to.

Tim believes community consultation is the cornerstone of good government. He doesn’t want to be the sort of politician that locks themselves away in an electorate office like it’s a bunker. He prefers to put his boots on and get amongst his community. He has always believed a politician who spends most of their time talking and not listening, isn’t a politician that represents the people.

The Jacqui Lambie Network is a chance for Tim to work towards a new future for politics in Tasmania: one that isn’t driven by party politics and where policy isn’t driven by party donations.

Tim would like to see the government’s focus return to matters that are important to North-West Coast residents. He’s focused on getting the basics right. Whether it’s affordable housing, realistic power prices, and appropriate infrastructure, Tim wants to ensure the voter is getting value for money.

Contact Tim

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

Candidate for Braddon

Tim Lovell has lived on Tasmania’s North-West Coast for nearly all of his life. He loves the region, and wants to give it a future to be proud of.

When the opportunity to represent Tasmanians in this region arose, Tim jumped at it, eager to be a part of positive changes to improve health services, employment opportunities and to bring trust and honesty back into state politics.

Tim’s a healthcare professional who’s seen direct from the bedside the way Labor and Liberal Governments have let sick Tasmanians down. He’s not a career politician, too focused on climbing up the factional ladder to actually work for his community. He is a regular Tasmanian who will tell it how it is.

Tim comes from a large family where it was important to make a little go a very long way spending much of his younger days helping the family out any way he could, putting food on the table was always an adventure fishing, hunting working on farms and a veggie patch in the backyard making a little go a long way.

These days Tim works tirelessly in aged care, where he’s at the coalface of the impacts of Tasmania’s ageing population.

Tim’s a people person. For the last forty years or so, Tim’s crossed paths with people from all walks of life, from teachers and bankers, to farmers and shop owners. He has spent a lifetime listening to the concerns from people who contributed to their community and knows these are the people who have their finger on the pulse, and these are the people who politicians should listen to.

Tim believes community consultation is the cornerstone of good government. He doesn’t want to be the sort of politician that locks themselves away in an electorate office like it’s a bunker. He prefers to put his boots on and get amongst his community. He has always believed a politician who spends most of their time talking and not listening, isn’t a politician that represents the people.

The Jacqui Lambie Network is a chance for Tim to work towards a new future for politics in Tasmania: one that isn’t driven by party politics and where policy isn’t driven by party donations.

Tim would like to see the government’s focus return to matters that are important to North-West Coast residents. He’s focused on getting the basics right. Whether it’s affordable housing, realistic power prices, and appropriate infrastructure, Tim wants to ensure the voter is getting value for money.