Potter says she is making sure that constituents are able to vote and remove ALP – the ‘noose around the country’s neck’

Gladys Potter is on a drive to ensure that those who are eligible to vote in St. John’s Rural South are able to do so, come the next general elections.

Potter, the United Progressive Party’s Candidate for that constituency, says she and her team have been meeting, face to face, with young and old residents to chronicle their concerns and to get them registered.

She says it is very important that persons exercise their franchise in order to rid the country of what she describes as a “noose around our necks” – that is, the Antigua Labour Party (ALP).

Potter says she has been seeing results with respect to the number of new people registering to vote.  Further, she says constituents have been expressing to her their readiness for change.