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COUNTDOWN TO GENERAL ELECTION
Eye on the Marginals
Born into humble circumstances in the village of Grande Riviere, United National Congress (UNC) Toco/Sangre Grande general election candidate Nabila Greene says being…
POLITICAL party performance and the potential of the candidate are the key elements that the constituents of San Fernando West may use for scrutinizing their represen…
Pointe-a-Pierre, a constituency that has gone from yellow to red to yellow again in the past 25 years appears to be battleground territory in the August 10 general election.
Victory at the polls on August 10 will be played out in eight marginal constituencies.
And it can be safely projected that both the People’s National Movement (PNM) and the United
AS the August 10 election swings into high gear, Chaguanas East residents are clear on who they are voting for, and are not shy to confess.
Some are pinning their hopes on PNM candidate Clarence Rambharat, who has served as Agriculture Minister in Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s administration.
THE people of Moruga/Tableland will not be fooled by Winston “Gypsy” Peters, the People’s National Movement (PNM) pick for the seat in the 2020 general election.
United National Congress (UNC) candidate for Chaguanas East Vandana Mohit is ready to take on the challenge of bringing home the marginal seat.
Three decades ago, in 1986, Peters’ politically catchy “Sinking Ship” was a major campaign song for the National Alliance for Reconstruction (NAR) which ran against the People’s National Movement (PNM), the party, then in power for 30 years.