The Module For PLP Candidates In Freeport | 28 to 30th September 2018 at PLP Headquarters Freeport
Statement by Senator Fred Mitchell
Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party
On Search For Candidates
For Immediate Release
17 September 2018
I would like to announce that the party if having its second module for aspirant candidates in Grand Bahama on the 28th September 2018 at the PLP’s headquarters in Freeport.
The scheduled speakers for the occasion will be Melanie Griffin on women in politics, Professors Chris Curry and Michael Stevenson on the political history of the Bahamas; Edison Key, Philip Galanis, Philip Smith, Obie Wilchcombe and Senator Michael Darville as well as former Clerk of the House Maurice Tynes, are also scheduled to deliver presentations.
The Party’s Leader Philip Brave Davis, its Deputy Leader Chester Cooper and myself as chair will also speak and be in Grand Bahama for the discussions.
A public meeting is planned for Saturday 29 September at the PLPs Headquarters beginning at 7 p m.
We are looking for good men and women of all ages and demographics who support the progressive cause and are interested in public service at the level of running for national or local office, for serving on statutory boards and corporations and who wish to serve as diplomats.
In order to run for the Progressive Liberal Party, the aspirant candidate will have to have been certified as having participated in this module.
This is being put on for people in the Northern Bahamas: Grand Bahama, Abaco and Bimini.
You can register on line on the Facebook page of the Progressive Liberal Party.