It may be wise these islands to strive for political maturity, and realize that elections come with obligations
to the electorate, and are not a popularity contest.
Let us therefore take heed of what is put forth in other democracies to allow the voting public
to judge the aims and objectives of the candidates.
It is necessary to put brain in gear and take pencil in hand and analyse the needs of the
Cayman Electorate and make a list of the most important changes needed.
A great begining for your Manifesto’s list would be political accountability