"Jonesin" around Christ Church today

CAROL MARTINDALE, carolmartindale@nationnews.com

Added 26 January 2013


Member of Parliament for Christ Church East Central Ronald Jones was in an upbeat mood as he went “Jonesin” through Kingsland today. Jones, along with branch members and constituents,donned a yellow shirt marked “RJ” on the front and “We Jonesin” on the back, hit the road to disseminate information on his campaign and get a feel for the concerns of resident. Jones canvassed the ‘YC 4’ polling district, of Kingsland, an area which he said had supported him for years. He said the current problems in the area included overgrown lots and green monkeys but he was working on them and intended to keep his message going. “Five years ago there was a buoyancy and a bounce. We’ve seen the bounce come back to our supporters and to thinking people in Barbados and, looking at what is happening on the ground, I believe that the Democratic Labour Party will form the next Government in a few weeks,” he said. (CA) Full story in tomorrow's SUNDAY SUN


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