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Tuesday, 9th March
7:15 - 9:30 p.m.


Debra Lolita “Debbie” Broderick (nee Miller)

Personal status: Debra Broderick (nee Miller), now a retired civil servant, born in the district of North Side and lives in that same district. Divorced and proud mother of three awesome children, with two who have completed and attained their university degrees, and my younger son due to complete his university degree in May 2021.

Education – Attended North Side Primary School, CI Preparatory School, and a graduate of the Cayman Islands High School. In later years – studied at the Civil Service College in Public Administration; studied Social Studies at University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI); Certified in one-year legal certification in legal secretary administration; and presently attending the Truman Bodden Law School (TBLS) to obtain LLB degree with one more year of studies to complete.

Employment – Flight Attendant/Inflight Supervisor at Cayman Airways starting in 1979 for 16 plus years; Deloitte & Touche, 2 years; Arthur Anderson accounting firm for 7 years; Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly, now Parliament of the Cayman Islands for 17 plus years and now retired from the post of Assistant Clerk of the Parliament.

Involvement – North Side District Council Chairperson for approximately one year and assisted in district clean-ups, Pirates Week float building and district Heritage Day, 2018. Also assisted with renaming of the ‘Old Man Bay Playfield’ to the ‘Ronald Forbes Playfield’ and the Bo Miller Beach Project opening. Presently a member on the TBLS Student Society.

Top three national issues I intend to address if elected:

• Advocate and work for Caymanians to all be given a chance for employment; especially university students who must all have their fair chance to get the experience they need and deserve.
• Traffic situation for eastern districts must be structured in a more feasible manner to alleviate children not having to wake up from 4 or 5 o’clock to get to private schools/public schools and to alleviate where we are not in heavy traffic both mornings and evenings.
• Cost-of-living (salaries must be kept in conjunction with rising inflation; and in the interim, minimum wage must be regulated on a higher scale as $6 is not feasible for anyone to have a decent family living environment in Cayman.

Top three constituency issues I intend to address if elected:

• Mini market to be available for NS residents to sell their produce, fresh fish, cooked meals while assisting persons who wish to do this, to get business licences.
• Identify an area where decent affordable homes can be built for those who wish to purchase a starter home as it is hard for our young to afford otherwise.
• To advocate and have implemented assistance domestically for all elderly persons in consideration that we have no senior citizens home in North Side where they can at least get day-care services.


Justin Craig Ebanks

The 3 top National Issues that I intend addressing if elected are.

 ▪ Education
 ▪ Cost of Living
 ▪ Development

The 3 top constituency issues that I intend if elected are.

 ▪ Education
 ▪ Community Development
 ▪ Home Ownership

“I believe that the people of North Side will be better served with a candidate that is willing to work alongside all Members of Parliament for our country. I believe that the district of North Side has been neglected due to a lack of cooperation. I pledge to represent you with honesty, integrity, and if elected, I will act in the best interest of the people.”

Johany S. “Jay” Ebanks

Jay Ebanks has years of experience in the tourism and construction industries where he has owned his own businesses for over 20 years. He has also invested in other companies like rental companies and affordable homes.

In 2014 Ebanks was elected to the North Side District Council as a council officer before running in the 2017 general election.

Ebanks has also been involved in the Pirate’s Week Committee for North Side and believes that a person’s “greatest wealth is to live your life serving your people”.

He is married and has two teenage children. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing.


Denison Ezzard Miller

D Ezzard Miller was employed by the Cayman Islands Hospital for six years as a Pharmacist. Thereafter, he owned and managed a pharmacy until 1988. Subsequently, in 1984 he became a Member of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly (LA) as the elected member for the district of North Side. He remained as North Side representative until 1992 as well as being the Minister of Health and Social Services. Afterwards, he was employed as a Human Resource Manager for Deloitte Cayman, a company who focuses on Audit, Tax, Financial Advisory, Enterprise Risk Services, Disaster Recovery, IT and Consulting Services. Thus, in July 2007 he opened a Health Care consultancy firm. In May 2009, he was re-elected as the North Side independent representative and became a Member of the LA. Presently, he is the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee.