Mr. Moore said the ALP has put in place all political strategies to ensure this optimism becomes a reality come 2017.
The ALP National Youth Chairman made the statement at a local intellectual center over the weekend on Carey Street in Monrovia, where he served as guest lecturer.
Moore said the ALP has both the political and financial strength to win the election. He promised that his party will meet the aspirations and moral expectation of the Liberian people when elected.
According to the ALP Youth Chair, an ALP led government would also provide the social needs of the Liberian people and respect the dignity and integrity of all persons irrespective of race or cultural background.
He averred that the ALP government will value freedom of speech and other human rights, and expressed the hope of a free and fair election in Liberia.
Also speaking at the occasion, a member of the former governing National Patriotic Party (NPP), Jimmy Johnson, expressed fear over recent political development in the country.
Mr. Johnson observed that with the constant wave of political and legal tussles in the Unity Party led administration could hinder international financial support to the process, and admonished the Government to handle the situation carefully so that it does not degenerate into political disorder in the country.
At the same time, participants at the Intellectual center are calling on the court to conduct speedy trial so that the alleged bribery scandal which implicated the Liberian Government, would not lead to another fiasco.