One of the smartest people running for the Haitian elections set for early July is Dr. Maryse. This medical doctor turned politician has seen the country ruined by politicians over the past 4 decades. Even though she has a thriving medical practice, she has now set her sights on doing something drastic for the country. She is now running for the presidency of Haiti.
Dr.Narcisse may be a novice politician but she has been gathering a lot of potential voters. Using the social media, she has established a solid presence on twitter, Facebook and even has her on webpage. She has several Facebook pages with thousands of regular followers both in Haiti and the USA. With her reputation as a doctor and a familiar face in outpatient clinics, many Haitians now know her. Her twitter messages are now being sent to thousands of regular visitors, most of whom want her to win.
Dr. Narcisse has been very transparent about her goals if and when she becomes president. Besides free education for school children and affordable healthcare, she wants to lower unemployment. She has seen what the present government has done to the state of the economy and given the chance she wants to reverse all the negativity about Haiti and bring it to the forefront in terms of stability and democracy.
Because of her status as a healthcare professional she has been very prominent at rallies among other professionals, religious societies, businesses and other politicians. Most young people have been flocking to meet her because of her charming and humble personality. Unlike many other politicians Dr. Narcisse is down to earth and is willing to listen to what the people of Haiti have to say. She has been communicating with her followers using twitter and Facebook on a timely basis to ensure that they know what is going on.
Haiti is in a desperate need for change; the country has lagged behind both financially and socially. If there is a messiah who can turn things around, it has to be Dr. Maryse Narcisse. Hopefully, the people of Haiti will look up to her and make their vote count next week by electing her as the next president of Haiti.