Rob’s Committment

As a Public Servant I will do the Best I can for all the great residents of Ward 8 and the City of Edmonton community, to improve quality of life for all.

” Inclusion is better it makes us stronger, and working together we can always achieve more.”

What commitment means to me: Making a commitment involves dedicating yourself to something, like a person, people or a cause.

Elections from all levels (municipal, provincial and federal) are an opportunity in our democratic society for dedicated people from all walks of life to step up to the plate and get involved in a process to do the best they can to help others.

Now during any election cycle it seems promises are easily made and just as easily broken (after elected), in order to garner votes and favor of the populace.

That being said here is what I know I can do and will provide. My commitment to all residents of Ward 8 is:

I will respect TAXPAYER dollars
I will have regular Town Hall meetings
I will fight for Open Door Meetings (where our public tax dollars are concerned)

I will represent everyone, not just a few,

If you want integrity, transparency, ethical representation:

Than vote for me on Monday October 16, 2017 and let your voice BE HEARD

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