A party election broadcast by the Democratic Unionist Party for the Northern Ireland Assembly election on Thursday 5 May.
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'I love Arlene,
'and she has 100% from me.
'Yeah, well, she's one of the people.'
A few months ago, I was elected as your First Minister.
On Thursday, I'm asking you to support and vote
for your local DUP candidate
so that I can implement my vision for Northern Ireland.
People ask me, "If we vote for your party,
"what are you going to do for us?"
I have a five-point plan for a stronger, safer Northern Ireland
but I need your support to implement it.
I've a plan to employ more nurses and doctors,
create more and better jobs,
and ensure that all schools are treated fairly,
with no favourite sectors. But I can only deliver it with your support.
I've travelled to every part of Northern Ireland,
I've listened to your concerns,
and that's why my plan will ensure there's more spending on new roads,
schools and hospitals, and investment in better broadband.
I know family budgets are tight in Northern Ireland -
that's why I pledged that, as your First Minister,
I will keep household taxes low.
Bye-bye. See you. Bye-bye, darling.
This is not a time for the untried or the untested.
This is a time for experience and stability.
Whilst I'm one of the youngest party leaders,
I have an unrivalled track record of delivery.
I helped convince investors from all over the world
to bring jobs to Northern Ireland.
Our target was 25,000, and we delivered 42,000.
I worked with our superb hospitality sector to deliver
a better tourist experience.
Just look at the success of the Titanic building.
I also ensured Northern Ireland attracted world-class events,
like the MTV Awards and the Giro d'Italia.
On Thursday, you have a choice.
You can vote for people with no plan and no record of delivery,
or you can vote for my candidates
and give me the mandate to lead Northern Ireland
in the right direction.
I'm here on Rathlin Island.
They can't vote for me personally
but, just like you, they can vote for their local DUP candidate.
Your vote will decide which party has the most MLAs,
and who the next leader of Northern Ireland will be.
With virtually no difference between the DUP and Sinn Fein
in the latest polls, this will be a close election.
My plan can only be delivered if the DUP is the largest party
and I am First Minister.
On Thursday, I'm asking you to make
the right choice for Northern Ireland
and to vote for strong leadership and a better future.