Moore thanks supporters with motorcade in St George North
Created : 14 November 2020
Newly elected representative for St George North, Toni Moore.
It was a traffic pile in St George North,this afternoon as a sea of red descended throughout the community to celebrate Toni Moore's victory at the polls.
In Wednesday's by-election, Moore dominated amassing 3,154 votes out of the 4,748 to be elected the new representative for St George North. To express her gratitude to supporters and residents, the Barbados Labour Party held a motorcade in the constituency.
Flanked by Prime Minister Mia Mottley and former St George North representative Gline Clarke, Moore was all smiles.
Moore celebrations in St George North
Speaking to the media, she said the motorcade signalled "the closure of one stage and the opening of another". Moore promised that following the celebrations, she planned to "get down to work".
"Today this is a culmination of another milestone in this journey, in this campaign. We have gone through the campaign completed the election and today is about saying thank you, thank you to the people of St George North who elected me as their representative," Moore said.
"This thank you is a commitment to honour all of the other commitments that would have been made during the course of the campaign. We have established a number of priorities that should see us through the next two and a half year," she added.
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