San Pedro UDP 7 duly nominated

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

For its part the United Democratic Party town council team gathered in front of the San Pedro Town Council shortly around 2PM. Led by the Isla Bonita School Marching Band, the UDP 7 and their supporters they made their way through the principal streets of San Pedro and returned in front of the Town Council. One by one, each member of the UDP 7 walked up to the office of the Town Council to be nominated. UDP Mayoral Candidate Daniel Guerrero was nominated by Steven Schulte and Joseph Elijio. Councilor Candidates Henrick Brackett was nominated by Iriada Gonzalez and Efrain Guerrero Sr., Severo Guerrero Jr. was nominated by Ricardo Verde and Jose Alberto Nunez Jr., Carlos Barrientos was nominated by Flora Ancona and Catherine Paz, Gabriel “Gaby” Nunez was nominated by Raul Gonzalez and Phillip “Billy” Leslie and Yolanda Parham was nominated by Claudio Azueta and Elsa Paz.

In his address to the gathering Guerrero said that progress must continue. “Mayor Elsa Paz has been the best Mayor San Pedro has had. Let us make progress continue and on Election Day, we are going to vote 7 red down the line,” said Guerrero.

Now that the nominations are being made it is official, there are 17 candidates that will appear on the ballot on March 7th. When eligible voters go to the poll, they will have the option of voting for one of any three mayoral candidates and six of any 14 candidates.

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