Addressing journalists over the weekend Senator Taylor explained that the huge turnout of CDCians at the rallies in Montserrado demonstrates that Liberians are ready for a real change through a first round victory, which has left opponents scared.
Commenting on a circulated rumor reports of her considering leaving the race for two million United States dollars for another candidate, Senator Taylor said that she remains the Vice Standard bearer of the party.
“My position in the CDC is very strategic, and CDC has come out with an official statement that I remain the Vice Standard bearer for the party. Weah made this decision a year ago taking into consideration all of the challenges. I was not at the launch due to circumstances beyond my control. I want to say to our partisans across the country that I am an asset to the CDC, and so I remain the Vice Standard bearer. We will be part and parcel to the October 10 elections”, she noted.
She warned political parties who are in the habit of making elusive comments against the CDC for their unstoppable supports showed by Liberians to desist.
Assuring their preparedness, the CDC Vice Presidential candidate noted that CDC is leaving no stone unturned across the length and breadth of the country.
“I am certain that CDC will win this election first round. We are working hard because this election is a special election. We have worked and is working in taking Liberia to restoring hope to the suffering masses”, she explained.