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DLP candidates confident but expect tough fight


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Democratic Labour Party candidates were out in their numbers today to pay their deposits to the Treasury.

The Christ Church group arrived at the Treasury’s temporary offices at the National Housing Corporation around 10:24 led by Christ Church East Central incumbent Ronald Jones.

Also present were Christ Church South representative John Boyce, Verla DePeiza (Christ Church West) and Stephen Lashley (Christ Church West Central).

Christ Church East incumbent Dr Denis Lowe arrived later with the St Michael team led by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart.


The first group from the DLP’s team turned up with led by Donville Inniss and included Harry Husbands and George Connolly.

Also present was Rolerick Hinds who will be contesting the St Thomas seat.

They were all in agreement that it’s going to be a tough fight for the DLP but they expressed confidence that they will be able to stand on the DLP’s record in the May 24 polls.

The candidates also said they would be interacting closely with the people to win their support. (Nationnews)



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