Socialist Party candidate, Anne Hidalgo, will be in Guadeloupe and Martinique this week to campaign for votes ahead of April’s French Presidential election.
Her trip to the French West Indies was confirmed by Olivier Nicolas, first Secretary Socialist Federation of Guadeloupe, on Twitter yesterday.
Hidalgo, who is the Mayor of Paris, will be in Guadeloupe from February 11 to 13.
🔴Notre candidate @Anne_Hidalgo sera en #Guadeloupe du 11 au 13 février puis en #Martinique les 13 et 14 février.
📍Meeting prévu à Basse-Terre auditorium Jérôme Clery, ce samedi à 16h. #Hidalgo2022#outremerpic.twitter.com/NOTRWYg0Hd
— Olivier Nicolas 🌹 (@olnic1974) February 8, 2022
She is scheduled to hold a rally at the Jérôme Clery Auditorium in Basse-Terre, on Saturday at 4 pm.
She will head over to Martinique for campaigning on February 13 and 14.
Hidalgo’s campaign is struggling as a recent Politico poll showed her popularity dipped to three per cent.
Approximately 500,000 people from the French West Indies are eligible to vote in the Presidential Election.
A number of candidates have made stops in the territories.
Union Populaire candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon visited French Guiana, Guadeloupe and Martinique late last year.
French Guiana born candidate, Christiane Taubira, is expected to visit her home territory but her campaign has not released the schedule.
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