I trust that you are doing exceptionally well.
Can you please allow me some space in your valuable newspaper to write about an outstanding member of Parliament, the Hon. Shanendon Cartwright, leading up to the general election?
From the looks of things, the campaign for the election seems to be in full gear. I have seen scores of people in their red, yellow, green and other attire actively campaigning now.
That brings me to the heart of the matter. It’s a time for choosing.
Even Stevie Wonder or Ray Charles can not help but see the great works of Cartwright, member of Parliament for the great constituency of St. Barnabas.
No other MP in recent times has deserved re-election like Mr. Cartwright. I believe that we won’t make any meaningful and sustained progress until we as a people start voting for the person rather than the party.
His energy, eloquence, wit, good humor, intelligence, frankness and honor are all worthy qualities. He has been very aptly described as a “man for the people” who is very down to earth. He has skillfully used his power, not simply for the advantage of St. Barnabas, but also to serve the national interest.
Cartwright has the instinct and drive that take him to the heart of the issues. He is relentless, always moving forward to achieve something for his beloved constituents of St. Barnabas.
He is diligent. He studies more intimately the provisions of the bills that he is debating than many of his colleagues. His breadth of interest is very admirable as the MP for St. Barnabas.
He is also a known player on the national scene. He continues to create programs that benefit his constituents greatly and they know that they can rely on him. He never ducks them like some other politicians. Many times, he can be seen doing things and projects in the constituency.
As a good parliamentarian, he is very effective in his use of power, taking part in the discussions pertaining to the public welfare, his constituents’ concerns and issues facing the country at large.
If you are choosing wisely, then it’s time to choose Cartwright again in St. Barnabas.
St. Barnabas constituency