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White To Run For FNM Deputy

A 43-year-old newcomer to frontline politics is setting out to become the new deputy leader of the FNM.

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A 43-year-old newcomer to frontline politics is setting out to become the new deputy leader of the Free National Movement.

 



Just four months into his term as the member of Parliament for the St. Anne’s constituency, Adrian White has his eyes set on the post of deputy leader of the Free National Movement. White is expected to nominate on February 4th.

White made his entrance into frontline politics when former St. Anne’s MP Brent Symonette stepped down as the MP for that area. White has been a member of the party since 2017 and served as chairman of the St. Anne’s constituency. He believes his energy, enthusiasm and character will make him successful in the upcoming election.

Other candidates have not announced yet. There is speculation that St. Barnabas MP Shanendon Cartwright will contest the deputy leadership seat. Peter Turnquest, who now serves as the deputy leader, announced that he will not seek re-election to the post. But, White says he will take on any challenge.

The Free National Movement held a one day convention in November electing Michael Pintard as the party leader. The party will hold a three-day convention at the end of February when all other positions will be filled.

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