Just three days away from the July 9 bi-elections and nominated candidates are expressing confidence that they will emerge victorious at the polls.
UWP candidate for the Salisbury constituency Hector John says focus on agriculture and development of feeder roads are some of his plans for the constituency.
“We are very prepared and everything is underway. We are just waiting for polling day for us to go and exercise our rights. We will send a message to the world that democracy in Dominica is alive and well,” he said.
John said he has been doing his best to bring to the fore, concerns of the Salisbury consistency.
He talked about a resource center, access road and proper water for Morne Rachette residents.
Fishermen lockers and a retaining wall was also mentioned as part of his intentions for the community.
Meantime, DLP candidate for the Marigot constituency Dayton Baptiste says improvement to roads, the construction of a senior citizens home, upgrading of the Marigot hospital and feeder roads for farmers are some of the priority projects when elected.
“I am prepared and ready to go. I am just hoping that they would support me. I am ready and prepared to go to parliament. We have a great increase in support, they now have to come and vote on when the time comes,” he said.
According to him, all information on the ground is that the people of Marigot want change and better representation.