Tuesday 6th October 2015
It was great to meet up with Vivien over the weekend to discuss items of concern in the local community. Having know Vivien for some time and helping her with her website about her book Ashes of the Firefighters it was great to catch up and discuss with her, her senate election for the State of NSW in the Upper House next year will be something to watch. Here is the press release from her local visit. We will be organising some meet n greet next time she travels by.
Labor Senate candidate, Vivien Thomson AFSM has been busy visiting rural communities in the central west and north coast of NSW.
Vivien is a mixed farmer and award winning firefighter from Muttama near Wagga Wagga.
Over the last week she has spoken to locals from Casino, Wee Waa, Walgett, Come By Chance, Pilliga, Coonamble and Dubbo.
“As a farmer and mother from rural NSW, I feel that we have been overlooked for far too long. As a Senate candidate, I will provide a strong alternative voice to small communities like Wee Waa, Pilliga and Come By Chance.”
Ms Thomson plans to travel to as many rural communities as possible leading up to the election to discuss local issues.
“I hope to meet many people in our rural and regional communities and work with them to provide a solution to many local issues.”
To keep up to date with Ms Thomson’s campaign, like her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/VivienThomsonCountryLabor and follow on twitter @VivThomson . If you have an issue you would like to raise, please email Ms Thomson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Att: William Wood
Ph: 0417 466 096