Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke says she is focused on “getting on with the job” as the unofficial campaign for her seat begins. State Liberal leader Libby Mettam visited Waroona last month, in what is likely to the first in a number of appearances in the area between now and the State election next March. Ms Clarke holds the seat on a 17.2 per cent margin following the 2021 election, but the traditionally safe conservative electorate is set to be a key target for the WA Liberals as they seek to gain on their three seats in the lower house. Speaking last week, Ms Clarke said she was proud to represent the communities in the region. “That’s what I’m focused on — delivering for our community,” she said. During her visit to Waroona, Ms Mettam described her party as the only one who “supports all Western Australians”. “Unlike Labor, who have ripped out funding but also representation from the regions through their so-called Electoral Reform Bill, what we will be very much focused on is supporting regional communities,” she said. “(We are) also committing to a very strong platform around law and order, health and cost-of-living pressures, which are really felt out in these communities.” In response to Ms Mettam’s comments, Ms Clarke listed off some of her achievements during her seven years as a member of Parliament. “As the local member, I’ve continually advocated for and secured funding for many local projects that have made a real difference for our community, including the Ravenswood Community Centre, the Waroona Town Centre revitalisation and the fantastic new performing arts centre and sports hall at Pinjarra Senior High School.” “I’m getting on with the job and, as part of the Cook Labor Government, we’re delivering cost-of-living relief right across WA, including here in Murray-Wellington.” Ms Clarke’s primary opponent is set to be decided by the Liberal Party in coming weeks, with its preselections for Murray-Wellington closing on February 14. It has already been confirmed Murray shire president David Bolt will vie to be the party’s candidate.