Saturday 19 January, 2019

Natalie Harewood ready to win and be a role model for the kids

Natalie Harewood going through the constituency one last time before the elections tomorrow.

Natalie Harewood going through the constituency one last time before the elections tomorrow.

'It's not where you were but where you are going'; and Natalie Harewood, the Independent candidate for the City of Bridgetown plans to take her constituency forward with her if elected tomorrow.

Having focused heavily on children throughout her campaign, Harewood, who had a "successful" Movie night and Sports Day over the weekend for the kids in her constituency, told Loop News tonight that the development of her youngest constituents is important to her.

"Children are one of my main objectives. I will always look out for the kids. I see myself now as a role model for them, so in any way that I can help the children, I will."

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This evening, while some political parties were preparing to host their final National meetings ahead of tomorrow's Polling Day, Harewood hit the streets some more.

She went throughout her constituency listening to people and showing her face, as she said. She said, it was not a motorcade, it was just more time to go to her people.

Asked what is her first plan of business if she wins, she said, "I have so much plans right, but number one, number one is to sit down with my people, hear what they want and go from there."

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