The Dominican political world has its very special characteristics. Among all the leaders, aspiring to preside over the country and, in short, all those who make public life in the parties (except those who are in the Government because it was their turn) were seen, without exception, giving messages of solidarity and calling their militancy to put themselves in order to go to the aid of the victims of Hurricane Fiona.
Social networks support everything. Have you ever seen one of those knee-deep in mud trying to help? No. They all did it through the networks, as if a message of solidarity was enough to make the thousands of Dominicans affected by this phenomenon solve their problems.
And what would have happened if this had been in campaign? You have the answer, dear reader.