So far in our meet the candidates series we've discovered Alvin Aaron's favourite pizza is a Margarita, whilst Deputy Sam Mezec likes his pizzas topped with spinach and egg!
Today's candidate - Mary O'Keeffe-Burgher - seems to have an altogether more refined palate - a plain pizza with fresh basil and garlic, and for her favourite meal: sea bass paired perfectly with grilled vegetables and sauce vierge.
But, who would she like or not like to be stuck in a lift with? And who would she vote for in the election if she couldn't vote for herself. Read on and find out...
What one thing would you do to improve life in Jersey?
Ban electoral candidates from having to put our mug shots up on posters and banners at election time.
What’s your favourite place in Jersey?
Gosh so many, St Brelade’s Bay made the most impact on me when I first arrived.
What’s your favourite meal?
Sea bass paired perfectly with grilled vegetables and sauce vierge.
What’s your favourite pizza topping?
Plain with fresh basil & garlic.
What’s your favourite drink?
Chablis, dry white wine.
What’s your favourite song?
Casta Diva from Norma by Vincenzo Bellini.
What’s your favourite book?
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte.
What’s your favourite film?
The King’s Speech.
If you were an animal what would you be?
Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with, and why?
Stephen Fry only because he has a beautiful voice and so interesting.
Who would you hate to be stuck in a lift with, and why?
Jeremy Paxman, if Frank [Walker – former Chief Minister] can’t deal with him how could I?
Who would you vote for in this election if you couldn’t vote for yourself?
Hugh Raymond, because another well-known candidate blanks me whenever I bump into her!
Monday - Stevie Ocean.
No Hustings tonight - Friday 19th August.
Meet the Candidates event - Saturday 9:00-13:00 - St Paul's Centre.
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