Tobago Forwards political leader, Christlyn Moore
Today was nomination day in Tobago-Tobagonians prepared to head to the polls to elect a new membership for the Tobago House of Assembly on January 23rd.
Tobago Forwards political leader, Christlyn Moore speaking with news Power Now this morning said she expects things to run smoothly as it relates to filing her papers.
People’s National Movement member, Kelvin Charles
The former People’s Partnership minister said her party has already completed its manifesto which will first be made available for online audiences before being printed in the daily gazette.
Meanwhile, People’s National Movement member, Kelvin Charles says the people of Tobago can expect sound and credible leadership, should he be elected the islands next Chief Secretary.
Admitting that Tourism in Tobago requires a boost, the PNM candidate told News Power Now that there are a number of partnership projects already in the pipeline that would aid in this regard.
A third option for Tobagonians ahead of the election lies in Eudine Job-Davis who represents the Movement for Transformation.
Speaking with News Power Now this morning, Mrs.Job-Davis said her party is prepared to make major changes to the way Tobagonians are governed.
She said the American system of two term limits would be adopted, should her party win the election.
Mrs.Job-Davis said her party has a working document that will show a number of reformations to the current system, in areas of health, agriculture, infrastructure and tourism.