The United Progressive Party (UPP) is set to roll out more of its plans as it hosts the second virtual public meeting this evening.
The candidates are encouraging persons to tune and are expressing their eagerness to arrest this country from the hands of the Gaston Browne Administration.
Pearl Quinn-Williams, the UPP candidate for St. John’s Rural North says the people can and will do better together as we face the many challenges that are before us.
Quinn-Williams speaking with specific reference to her motto “It’s all about you the people” says that the nation deserves much more than it is now getting in terms of leadership.
She says another batch of dynamic candidates is set to outline the party’s plans and policies to bring Antigua and Barbuda back to economic buoyancy.
Quinn-Williams says that as the party continues with its public outreach through its virtual campaigning platform, members of “Team Redeem” will continue to push the party’s agenda being more dynamic at each event.
The UPP candidate says that the party and the candidates are ready and willing to act out the the Party’s motto of “Putting People First”.
Meanwhile, Alex Browne, the candidate for St. Phillip’s says tonight’s meeting should not be missed.