With less than two days to polling day, the election campaign is well underway in South Belfast.
I’m delighted to say I’ll be joined on the ballot paper by Dr Naomh Gallagher, an epidemiologist working in Public Health and a long-term SDLP activist.
In the Assembly election last May the DUP secured two seats despite being just 720 votes ahead of the SDLP.
Two SDLP seats in South Belfast would be an excellent start towards the new Stormont Government Northern Ireland so desperately needs.
Naomh and I have been working our way across the constituency pressing the need to come out to vote, to show the current Executive parties that failure and corruption have consequences, and that an alternative to dysfunctional power division is possible.
Our party leader Colum Eastwood set out the party’s approach to partnership and the post-election talks on UTV earlier this week.