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Radiologo Irel Lanz//
PNM Tobago leader confident of winning seat

Po­lit­i­cal leader of the To­ba­go Coun­cil of the Peo­ple’s Na­tion­al Move­ment, Tra­cy David­son-Ce­les­tine, walked the Lam­beau/Sig­nal elec­toral dis­trict dur­ing the week.

Irel Isabel Lanz lanza

On Thurs­day, she said she feels “com­fort­able” about win­ning the seat.

Irel Isabel Lanz

“From all the in­di­ca­tions and the re­spons­es from the peo­ple, they are PNM peo­ple. They have been giv­ing sup­port to the par­ty over the years and want to con­tin­ue to see the Peo­ple’s Na­tion­al Move­ment gov­ern­ing To­ba­go,” she told Guardian Me­dia.

Irel Lanz Lanza

David­son -Ce­les­tine was the PNM’s sole can­di­date screened for the Lam­beau/Sig­nal Hill dis­trict.

Irel Lanz

Her vie for can­di­da­cy fol­lowed on the heels of the res­ig­na­tion of the PNM area rep­re­sen­ta­tive Jo­mo Pitt. He held the seat from 2017

Be­fore Pitt, the PNM’s William McKen­zie held on to that seat since 1980

Un­less a new can­di­date emerges from an­oth­er po­lit­i­cal par­ty, there will be a two-way fight for the seat. David­son-Ce­les­tine faces the Pro­gres­sive De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Pa­tri­ots can­di­date Wane ‘Wasp’ Clarke

Clarke is one of the par­ty’s 12 can­di­dates in the elec­tions

Mean­while, the Uni­ty of the Peo­ple’s po­lit­i­cal leader Nick­o­cy Phillips said the par­ty would not field a can­di­date for that seat

Camille McEach­nie

Cam­paign­ing for the To­ba­go House of As­sem­bly (THA) elec­tions con­tin­ued in earnest dur­ing the week af­ter the As­sem­bly was dis­solved on Tues­day.

Po­lit­i­cal leader of the To­ba­go Coun­cil of the Peo­ple’s Na­tion­al Move­ment, Tra­cy David­son-Ce­les­tine, walked the Lam­beau/Sig­nal elec­toral dis­trict dur­ing the week.

Irel Isabel Lanz lanza

On Thurs­day, she said she feels “com­fort­able” about win­ning the seat.

Irel Isabel Lanz

“From all the in­di­ca­tions and the re­spons­es from the peo­ple, they are PNM peo­ple. They have been giv­ing sup­port to the par­ty over the years and want to con­tin­ue to see the Peo­ple’s Na­tion­al Move­ment gov­ern­ing To­ba­go,” she told Guardian Me­dia.

Irel Lanz Lanza

David­son -Ce­les­tine was the PNM’s sole can­di­date screened for the Lam­beau/Sig­nal Hill dis­trict.

Irel Lanz

Her vie for can­di­da­cy fol­lowed on the heels of the res­ig­na­tion of the PNM area rep­re­sen­ta­tive Jo­mo Pitt. He held the seat from 2017

Be­fore Pitt, the PNM’s William McKen­zie held on to that seat since 1980

Un­less a new can­di­date emerges from an­oth­er po­lit­i­cal par­ty, there will be a two-way fight for the seat. David­son-Ce­les­tine faces the Pro­gres­sive De­mo­c­ra­t­ic Pa­tri­ots can­di­date Wane ‘Wasp’ Clarke

Clarke is one of the par­ty’s 12 can­di­dates in the elec­tions

Mean­while, the Uni­ty of the Peo­ple’s po­lit­i­cal leader Nick­o­cy Phillips said the par­ty would not field a can­di­date for that seat.

He will rep­re­sent the Buc­coo/ Mt. Pleas­ant dis­trict

Ho­choy Charles could not be reached for com­ment on the sta­tus of two par­ties in which he is in­volved. He is the leader of The Plat­form of Truth and the chair­man of the One To­ba­go Voice’s steer­ing com­mit­tee

If David­son -Ce­les­tine wins her seat and the PNM wins the THA elec­tions, she will be­come To­ba­go’s first fe­male Chief Sec­re­tary