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Sep 4, 2015

Darrell Bradley on Campaign Trail in Caribbean Shores

Darrell Bradley

Prime Minister Barrow is on record saying that voters will be heading to the polls in the early part of 2016. While he is holding that date close to his heart, a majority of the standard bearers and area representatives have been laying down the groundwork for Election Day.  In Caribbean Shores where the U.D.P.’s Darrell Bradley is set to go head to head with Kareem Musa, a lot of ground is being covered.  It is expected that that seat will be hotly contested; indeed the sitting Mayor of Belize City is going against the son of former Prime Minister, Said Musa.  This afternoon, we caught up with Mayor Bradley who gave an update on the campaign trail and his election readiness.


Isani Cayetano

“The prime minister has indicated that elections will be within six months.  In terms of your campaign efforts, how has that been going and should you be elected to office as the area representative for Caribbean Shores what happens when you demit your post as Mayor Belize City?”


Darrell Bradley, U.D.P. Standard Bearer, Caribbean Shores

“Well, the campaign has been going very well.  Every evening we have been walking, we are listening to concerns from residents.  This week we were along Baymen Avenue, we were on Calle al Mar.  We did Fuller’s Alley, Wilson Street, a lot of those areas listening to people.  We’re going to finish up those areas and then we go back into Buttonwood Bay.  But the reception has been really positive, I think that the concerns of the people in Caribbean Shores are similar to concerns from residents in other parts of the city.  They talk about infrastructure, they talk about proper drainage, they talk about crime in the city, they talk about economic development, they talk about education.  And so we have been able to impress upon them that I’m a different kind of leader activity in the area.”

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