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JLP targets central parishes

Published:Tuesday | February 2, 2016 | 2:14 AM
Jamaica Labour Party’s campaign Director, Mike Henry insists that the JLP is in a good position to take at least five of the six seats in Clarendon, including that of health minister Horace Dalley.

The Jamaica Labour Party’s campaign Director, Mike Henry, says the party is targeting seats in Manchester, Clarendon and St Ann, as it seeks to make up the deficit from the last general election.

In 2011, the People’s National Party trounced the JLP 42 to 21 seats to take the reins of Government.

To win the upcoming election, the JLP will have to retain all the seats it won in 2011 and wrest 11 from the grasp of the PNP.

Speaking on Nationwide 90FM last evening Henry expressed confidence the JLP could make up the deficit, starting in the Central Jamaica parish of Clarendon.

 

Henry continued to insist that the JLP is in a good position to take at least five of the six seats in Clarendon, including that of health minister Horace Dalley.

 

JLP campaign director, Mike Henry.