Antigua St. John's - The Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) will intensify its election campaign next month with a series of public rallies.
Political Leader Gaston Browne said the first rally will be held on November 7 at Knuckle Block in Gray's Farm.
Londel Benjamin, the candidate who replaced former ABLP senator Gail Christian, will outline his plans and policies for the constituency during his debut address.
"It is time when we have to step up our game and at the national party level from next month, we will be having a series of major public rallies," said Browne.
He noted that the party is doing very well in St John's Rural West, and the aim is to ensure that the incumbent prime minister, Baldwin Spencer, is unseated.
"You know that there is a tendency almost invariably (that) every time there is a change of government, the prime minister loses his seat," Browne said. "We have to make sure that Prime Minister Spencer is no exception."
The ABLP held several townhall meetings last week in a number of constituencies, which were said to be successful and well attended.
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