Elect me! Kylea Tink – independent candidate for North Sydney

If you could only change one thing about Australia, what would it be?

To see active hope become a key driver of our communities and our nation would mean that our country is gathered around strong leaders who have an optimistic and exciting vision for the future of our nation and our world. People united by a common belief, not divided by money, race, religion, sex, geographic location and who work together towards a bright and exciting future.

What’s the worst thing anyone has ever said to you?

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“My vote doesn’t count anyway and there’s nothing I can do.” Every vote counts! The Prime Minister’s vote is no more important than my 19 year old son’s and we are not helpless in any situation. By accepting that we have helped create the world and the systems we live in, we can also recreate them … and this will require each of us to use our voice and make sure our vote counts for something or someone we believe in.

What’s the best thing that ever happened to you?

My three children. I’m incredibly lucky to have them and they remind me every day why it’s important to never stop trying to fix things or make the world a better place. They also keep me incredibly grounded.

Who or what do you see as the biggest threat to Australia

Helplessness, apathy and greed. People are tired and whatever they look like is often uncertain: an uncertain environment, an uncertain economy, an uncertain society. But we can be the difference we want to see; we just have to step in and demand it at all levels of society and especially our federal government.

Which historical figure do you admire the most and why?

Gandhi, because he united people behind small acts of defiance that ultimately reshaped people’s lives.

What would your last meal be?

Let’s hope it’s a long way off! Food to me is more of an “act” than a “taste”, so whatever it is, I hope it was cooked surrounded by family and friends who all had a good laugh and know they are loved.

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