From Black Rock to Brandon’s beach, masses of supporters jumped and danced last weekend in celebration of Christopher Sinckler’s election win.
On Saturday, backed by an entourage which included 30-plus cars, three flatbed trucks and two minibuses filled with constituents and well wishers and a large crowd, supporters made their way through Free Hill, Hinds Hill, St. Stephen’s, Small Land, Goodland, Deacon’s Farm, and Ferniehurst before ending at Brandon’s beach at 6:30 p.m.
The festivities got underway at the campaign office, located on Black Rock main road, at 2 p.m.
This is the second win for Sinckler in the St. Michael North East constituency. On election day, he beat newcomer Gregory Nicholls 2,549 to 1,634.
While no speeches were made, the reappointed Minister of Finance interacted with his supporters during the motorcade, and also sat down for some food on the beach with those who participated at the motorcade. The fellowship there lasted into the late evening. (LW)
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