FERMANAGH & SOUTH TYRONE
ASSEMBLY ELECTION 2022
Putting My Experience
This next election has the potential to significantly disrupt the status quo of Northern politics, and key to that change will be independent voices unafraid to join the growing demographic of ‘others’ not content being shuffled into outdated political movements with partisan ideals. On May 5th, you can help usher in a new approach to Northern politics by voting independent.
I’ve seen first-hand the inequalities and rural imbalance impacting the Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency, so as a campaigner with a proven track record, working on a cross party basis to bring in real change, I want to turn my efforts now toward delivering for the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Yes, I would like to see trains! But more than that, I want to see equality of opportunity – greater investment in infrastructure, in the education sector, in pandemic-recovery, and increased support for local businesses and agriculture. I want to see improved mental health services and access to out of hours GPs. I am ambitious – and if my work protecting the Good Friday Agreement is anything to go by – determined!
As an independent candidate, I face considerable hurdles, but as an independent representative I also have the ability to work on a cross party basis to deliver tangible results in ways my opponents in larger parties aren't willing to or capable of. There's a progressive future awaiting the people of Northern Ireland, and as part of the Good Friday Agreement generation, my focus will always remain fixed on that future, not on the past.
That’s why I am standing as an independent; no party politics, no political theatre, simply making politics work for you.