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Meet the candidates: Deputy Sam Mezec

Meet the candidates: Deputy Sam Mezec

Wednesday 17 August 2016

Meet the candidates: Deputy Sam Mezec

Wednesday 17 August 2016

Have you ever wanted to know more about the person behind the politician? Well, hopefully Bailiwick's 'meet the candidates' will help. It tells you everything you need to know about the prospective new Senator, from their favourite song, favourite tipple, to their favourite pizza topping!

In the run-up to next month's senatorial by-election you'll hear plenty about the candidates' policies at the hustings, and be able to read about them in their manifestos. But, what do they like to eat and drink, what do they read and watch, and who would they vote for if they couldn't vote for themselves. Read on...

What one thing would you do to improve life in Jersey?

Reduce house prices and rents.

What’s your favourite place in Jersey?

Portelet Bay on a summer's evening with my friends at high tide.

What’s your favourite meal?

Espetadas at the Smugglers Inn.

What’s your favourite pizza topping?

Spinach and egg (sounds weird, but trust me, it's lovely!).

What’s your favourite drink?

A cold pint of lager, not fussy on the brand!

What’s your favourite song?

Shine On You Crazy Diamond – Pink Floyd.

What’s your favourite book?

Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

What’s your favourite film?

Star Wars (not the prequel trilogy though!).

If you were an animal what would you be?

Haven’t a clue!

Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with, and why?

Ian Gorst, so I could explain to him where he’s going wrong and he couldn’t run away.

Who would you hate to be stuck in a lift with, and why?

Nigel Farage. Do I even need to explain why?

Who would you vote for in this election if you couldn’t vote for yourself?

John Young.

Tomorrow - Alvin Aaron.

Tonight's Hustings - Wednesday 17th August - St Mary 19:30.

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