The communities of the Western Cape have come together at Hoofweg Primary School in Blue Downs to show their support for Patricia de Lille's Good political party. The party officially launched its 'Aunty Pat for Premier' campaign.
A huge crowd of people showed up to support Patricia de Lille's political party, Good.
The communities got together at the Western Cape's Hoofweg Primary School in Blue Downs as the party launched its 'Aunty Pat for Premier' campaign.
The Good party was formed in late 2018, shortly after de Lille stepped down as mayor and resigned from the Democratic Alliance.
Briefly.co.za learned that supporters of de Lille's party say that the ANC and DA have been given enough chances over the years.
People are hoping that Good will be able to make a difference to South Africa that the other parties couldn't, as reported by EWN.
According to Suzette Little, the party's Western Cape coordinator, the party has been pleasantly overwhelmed by the support they saw.
We’re here today to launch our premier candidate, which is De Lille, and she was uncontested in those nominations. So, everybody in the province has supported Aunty Pat as our premier candidate.
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