If they had been sitting with numbered red boxes in front of them you might have thought they were there to play Deal or No Deal!
I’ll leave you to ponder the similarities between the cash prizes and a Senatorial seat in the States.
Channel 103 was in St Mary last night for the second of the elections hustings. And what did we learn?
The 21 candidates were asked what job they’d want in government if they get elected. Here’s how they answered:
Alan Maclean – Econonic Development Minister
Philip Ozouf – Treasury Minister
Cliff le Clercq – Scrutiny or Health Minister
Paul Routier – Health Minister
Mike Higgins – Economic Development Minister
Trevor Pitman – Privileges and Procedures Committee (Electoral Reform) or Education
Mark Forskitt – Scrutiny
Geoff Southern – Social Security Minister
Ian Le Marquand – Home Affairs Minister
Mike Vibert – continue as Education Minister
Peter Troy – Social Security or Transport Minister
Nick Le Cornu – No Ministerial ambition
Chris Perkins -Planning and Environment Minister
Jeremy Macon – Education Minister
Adrian Walsh – Planning Minister
Alan Breckon – ‘I’ll take what comes and it might be nothing if I’m re-elected’
Montfort Tadier – Privileges and Procedures (Electoral reform)
Nick Palmer – Scrutiny
Sarah Ferguson – continue with the Public Accounts Committee
Daniel Wimberley – Environment and Transport – ‘they go together’
Mick Pashley – ‘one step at a time but i’d like to work in tourism and youth’
Find out when the hustings are coming to a hall near you by visiting the ‘Hustings’ page on this blog!
And let us know what you think by posting a comment….