KNOCK, KNOCK? ROB’S THERE

Comment News (Gosnells) - - Opinion -

AS a res­i­dent of Thorn­lie I was very sur­prised to read in the Co­ment News that Chris Tal­len­tire stated he was out­doors knock­ing and ac­tive in the area.

Both my wife and I are re­tired, so we see what hap­pens in the area and know that he hasn't knocked on my door, or any other door in For­rest Lakes.

I've only ever had two other politi­cians knock on my door in the past 10 years, be­ing Don Ran­dall, the for­mer mem­ber for Can­ning, and Rob Co­a­les, the cur­rent can­di­date for Thorn­lie.

I have no­ticed that Rob Co­a­les is ev­ery­where I go and his posters are prom­i­nent. While out this morn­ing I saw him in the rain wav­ing on Yale Road be­tween Mur­doch and Ni­chol­son roads and be­ing ac­knowl­edged by pass­ing mo­torists.

At the Perth Se­nior’s Cen­tre Rob Co­a­les was men­tioned for hav­ing re­solved a mat­ter of waste dump­ing.

Per­haps he is the lo­cal mem­ber we've been long­ing for? MARTIN SMITH, Thorn­lie. ad­dress ad­dressed to me and glued it on the back of my let­ters to oth­ers.

Now let me share a war-time poster. Use it up. Wear it out. Make it do, or do with­out. DORIS WELCH, Thornile.

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