POLITICS: Your opinions will never fall on deaf ears

Jack McLean
Jack McLean
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Now on the sharp end of a near-nine month community campaign in Spalding St John’s, I have already begun the look back on the many things I will miss deeply after the May 7 district elections. It hit me when I returned to a local care home and was greeted like an old friend by a resident and ‘true blue’ Conservative.

In this and many other instances I know my concerns are unfounded as I will undoubtedly remain good friends with those I now know, regardless of the result in May. My commitments have been made as a campaigner, and new friends have been made as a person.

I will undoubtedly remain good friends with those I now know, regardless of the result in May

The reason for writing publicly is to reassure those of you planning on voting Jack McLean in the coming election that in return for your confidence, care, and ongoing support I will work tirelessly on your behalf and will endeavour to remain not only a representative of our community but a friend of it also. In addition to those that share with me a passion for our politics, is those with the various alternative political persuasions.

To those, you have my deepest gratitude for sharing with me your insights, opinions and time, as they will never fall on deaf ears when we speak. My time will as always remain ours, and my hope is that soon that service can extend its grasp to generations yet to come.