Ms Hannah Tetteh Communications Director of National Democratic Congress (NDC) has asked the electorate to remember the numerous developmental projects undertaken by NDC and return it to power for a better Ghana.
She said during the NDC regime, about 60 per cent of communities throughout the country were connected to the national electrification grid while a number of school buildings were built and rehabilitated.
Ms Tetteh made the call when addressing an NDC rally at Winneba in the Effutu Constituency on Tuesday during which Mr Mike Allan Hammah, NDC Parliamentary Candidate, launched his campaign and manifesto.
Earlier in the day, supports of the Party clad in the party's paraphernalia danced through the principal streets of the town amidst brass band music.
She said the NDC constructed and rehabilitated most trunk and feeder roads and bridges and an NDC Government under Professor John Evans Atta Mills would create jobs for the people to be economically sound and contribute their quota towards the country's socio-economic development.
Ms Tetteh advised Ghanaians and the electorate in the constituency to vote massively for Prof. Atta Mills and Mr Hammah on December 7, "to liberate them for their hardships".
Mr Allotey Jacobs, NDC Central Regional Propaganda Secretary urged the members to campaign vigorously for more votes to win Election 2008.
He appealed to them to be vigilant at the polling stations.
Mr Hammah pledged to lead the people to undertake development projects to improve their living standards when elected.
He pledged to open up the area to attract investors and construct a fishing harbour and modern market at Winneba junction for improved economic activities.