David Griffin said: “Dromore is a town of real historic significance. It has a beautiful square, a cathedral, and the remains of a castle with one of the first Norman motte and baileys Northern Ireland. I want to maximize the town’s tourism and business potential.
“We need to create more jobs and increase confidence in the community. I am taking a pro-active approach to improving Dromore. I have real ambition for the area and I am planning for the long-term future of the whole area.
“The other candidates can focus on who has the biggest teeth in the unionist dogfight if they want, but I am concentrating on delivering the best deal on business and public services for all the people of this area.
“I don’t think local people want the town to be used as a battleground for the dinosaurs of politics. Dromore deserves better.
“People should think about who will do most for the area. It’s all about having a vision for Dromore and being committed to delivering for the whole community.”