Fam­ily sup­port for PNP can­di­date

Jamaica Gleaner - - NEWS -

HUN­DREDS OF sup­port­ers of the Peo­ple’s Na­tional Party (PNP) marched along the main road to­wards the court­house in Gayle, St Mary, in sup­port of their lo­cal coun­cil­lors who were nom­i­nat­ing them­selves for the lo­cal elec­tions, sched­uled to take place on Novem­ber 28.

Ju­lia Jackson pointed to three of her cousins from the Peters­field com­mu­nity in St Mary who were with her. She told The Gleaner: “We are all cousins and we’re here to­day to sup­port our lo­cal coun­cil­lor, Hugh Rad­way, be­cause there are hardly any Labourites in our fam­ily, and they have never done any­thing for us. Since I’ve been born, we’ve only had mostly PNP sup­port­ers in our com­mu­nity.”


A fam­ily of cousins from Peters­field in St Mary (from left:) Ju­lia Jackson, Moe­sha Bai­ley, Shamean Thomas, and Shan­noy Haslow, show sup­port for Hugh Rad­way, the Peo­ple’s Na­tional Party can­di­date for the Re­treat Divi­sion in St Mary.

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