Ask the people

Frank Gale fgale@thewesternstar.com
Published on June 22, 2014
Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>Charles Kendall<br />Stephenville</p> <p>"The fact he has a family problem is going to really hurt the Progressive Conservatives in forming the next government. There’s just too many unanswered questions relating to all of this."</p>

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Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>Frankie Benoit<br />Stephenville</p> <p>"I really think there is too much damage already done to the Conservative party. They’re not going in and you’ll see even more PC’s resigning before the next election."</p>

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Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>George White<br />Stephenville</p> <p>"It’s the right move by Coleman to get out because politicians should all be working together no matter what party they’re representing. Instead they’re doing is fighting."</p>

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Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>Herb Short<br />Kippens</p> <p>"I think it’s going to affect the Progressive Conservatives chances a lot because they’re after putting so many people in for the leadership and so many people out."</p>

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Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>Joe Sheen<br />Kippens</p> <p>"This is a bit of a setback but I think the PC’s are capable of rebounding. It will be a challenge but they have enough time to recover if they work hard. They’re capable of getting it sorted out."</p>

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Ask the People

Published on 20 June 2014

<p>Maurice Hynes<br />Stephenville</p> <p>"If this situation involves his family, it’s his call because this is his life and the right one to make. If the PC party is strong enough it will continue on, if it’s not it will show up in the polls."</p>

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Premier-designate Frank Coleman bowed out of politics earlier this week, resigning because of what he said is "a significant and challenging family matter." This all came about 19 days before he was to take office as premier of the province.
 

WE ASKED: What do you think of this move by Frank Coleman and how badly will it affect the Progressive Conservative party’s chances of once again forming the next government?