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Robinson campaigns the quiet and traditional way

IF YOU have wondered why there is no noise from independent Clarence candidate Christine Robinson, it is because she has focused on traditional campaigning methods.

Mrs Robinson was not present at the meet the candidates forum at Lawrence Golf Club and does not participate on the electorate's candidates' Facebook page.

"I have focused on the old-fashioned style of campaigning," she said.

She said she has hit the streets to hand out flyers and to talk to residents about the issues most important to them.

Mrs Robinson aims to make it easier for small businesses to operate, block CSG from the area, support TAFE, create jobs and ensure Grafton jail reopens.

"I think I could do better than Mr (Chris) Gulaptis. Grafton is going downhill," she said.


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