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Oct 7, 2015

Darrell Bradley Says Campaign Has Been Well Received

On the other side of the political fence is Mayor Darrell Bradley. While Bradley has cemented his reputation as a formidable candidate by concreting streets and drains across the city as mayor, his opponent, Kareem Musa, comes from a sound political stock.  Bradley has been covering much ground in the area, meeting and greeting voters well into the night.  Earlier today, Bradley told us that his efforts thus far are rewarding.


Darrell Bradley, UDP Standard Bearer, Caribbean Shores

Darrell Bradley

“Well it’s been going very well, we go out every single day.  On the weekends we are out for most of the day engaging with residents, talking to them about their concerns, sharing our vision for Caribbean Shores, our excitement.  We want to get into that area to be able to promote some of the good works and it’s really been exciting.  We have a very strong committee, our committee likewise, is with us.  I was over at the Caribbean Shores office today, we’re meeting people in the evenings.  Usually from 4:30 we go out and we walk.  Last night we were out until after ten o’clock engaging with people.  I remember the last person that we spoke to last night was very enthralled in some of the discussions that we were having, somebody who was painting a real picture of their perception of politicians and engaging with us in a very engaging and positive way and that’s what I look forward to on the campaign, talking to people, even getting criticism and getting some real concerns and being able to respond to all of them in a very positive way.”


Isani Cayetano

“What would one of those pertinent issues be, in terms of having interacted with residents of Caribbean Shores?”


Darrell Bradley

“Well I think a lot of people are concerned with the physical look of the area.  Of course, we’re talking about things like streets and drains.  Caribbean Shores is one of the areas where I think people are mostly middle class, they are hardworking individuals and they want to ensure that their communities are well tended, they don’t have to contend with potholes and flooding and those kinds of things.  So that a significant issue that we get from residents is that, one they are appreciative of the cementing and the street updates that the city council has done but they want more.  They want that kind of activity to continue and they want when they have me as their area representative that we bring more of the physical improvements in the area.”

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