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Opposition Senator: My campaign will be clean
Opposition Senator Terrence Deyalsingh says he is committed to do all he can to ensure victory in Monday’s St Joseph by-election despite polls showing he was favoured to win the contest. He said so as he walked the constituency on Quarry Road, San Juan, on Monday afternoon. He was accompanied by a small group of PNM supporters.
Responding to questions from reporters, Deyalsingh said he was determined to conduct a clean campaign and to do all he could to ensure integrity, accountability and good governance be returned to St Joseph. The by-election was called after Speaker Wade Mark declared the seat vacant after Herbert Volney informed Mark of his decision in July to resign from the UNC on whose ticket he was elected in 2010.
Deyalsingh said he had a plan to ensure victory but it would remain secret as he did not want to give any advantage to his opponents.
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