That’s why I’ve run my campaign in a way that shows what type of person I am rather than asking you to take my word for it. From the Mile Oak Rec to the St Peter’s School crossing, I’ve tried to help people and communities achieve the positive change they want for their neighbourhoods.
I’ve also brought politics back to the High Street and had a record number of conversations with residents here, so that we can start reconnecting politics with people in an age where mistrust has understandably taken root.
And sometimes politics should be fun too! That’s why I put the piano in Brighton Station, so I could brighten up a public space and make our lives a little bit more social.
I hope that I’ve earned enough of your trust for you to consider voting for me on Thursday. But what I want most of all is for you to make the most of our freedom by voting for anyone, me or one of the other candidates. All the best, Peter