Cash calls on FNMs to ‘Come Back Home’! _ Arawak Cay GONE RED!!!
Nassau, Bahamas — THE MOMENTUM IS BUILDING WITHIN THE FNM BEHIND DARRON CASH- This week more members of the Free National Movement showed support for Darron Cash as the next Chairman of the Party.
In fact, Cash was showing leadership already this week when he told the media there would only be two candidates in the upcoming race and that the party is on a course to choose a team of new generation leaders as the organization readies for 2017.
Cash shared that he would support young Michael Pintard as the Party’s deputy chairman and will be inviting more new faces to the organization as the FNM transforms and gives birth to the future leaders across the country.
The bold announcements and clear planning by Cash is already resonating with Party members who believe Cash ushers in fresh thinking and a wealth of new ideas for the organization that has lost three elections in two years.
“We are not prepared to go backwards with the dream team [Dion Foulkes]. He cannot win a seat. Are you aware that Foulkes has not been elected to the Parliament since 1997? And when he and former leader-elect Tommy managed that 2002 campaign, the Bahamian electorate resoundingly rejected our party. And it is on this measure why I am supporting Cash for Chairman. He is young, smart and is an independent thinker and a die hard loyal FNM!” a North Abaco party official told Bahamas Press.
Just over a week ago Cash along with party executives paid a courtesy call on COB students in an effort to begin the ‘Come Back Home’ campaign.
Today an all-day fair and an afternoon of entertainment is planned at Arawak Cay as the Party welcomes home thousands of Bahamians.