WA Labor has unveiled two new candidates for the Dawesville and Murray-Wellington electorates.
Dawesville candidate Adam Woodage has worked as an electrician on some of WA’s biggest projects, including Barrow Island , where he has been an advocate for family friendly rosters for those working fly-in/fly-out rosters and worker’s mental health.
Mr Woodage said the State Government had been too focused on the Perth CBD and he wanted to shift the focus back to the suburbs.
Murray-Wellington candidate Robyn Clarke has run successful businesses and is committed to job creation and supporting local business.
She wants to see Royalty for Regions money better spent in the area and said she knows how important projects like the fuel card are to pensioners in regional towns.