Kimberlee Pitcher

Kim Pitcher

Constituency #4, St George’s South | Polling station: Holy Trinity Church Hall

Contact details 294.3204 | [email protected]

I have chosen to put my feet to the ground and my heart to the issues with a determination to help my fellow Bermudians. We will do better.
I take my compassion for children and seniors seriously. I will no longer sit passively by when I have a
voice that can stand up for the weaker of our society.

Kim Pitcher is a Nurse’s Aide who provides in-home care to senior citizens. As such she has seen the problems of Bermuda’s ageing population and the gaps in care which stops our seniors from living their golden years with dignity and in comfort.

She is also deeply concerned about the high frequency of child abuse in Bermuda and if elected, will campaign to reduce child abuse and to make sure no child is left behind.

Serving her constituency

Kim is a long time resident of the East End and knows Constituency 4 well.

Many local concerns in the area have been neglected for too long, including speeding on Wilkinson Avenue and on other narrow roads, the noise and fuel smell from the private jet facility at Southside and problems with some of the roads in St David’s, including Emily’s Bay Lane. Kim will fight to get these problems addressed.

Constituency 4 will not be taken for granted. We will do better!

Faith, hope and charity

As a faithful member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in St David’s, Kim has seen firsthand through her church’s food distribution service that many residents are struggling, especially in the wake of Covid-19 and need support.

While an OBA government will make sure that vulnerable are cared for, the long term solution to Bermuda’s challenges is to rebuild the economy and to get people working again – at good jobs.

Kim has seen how the Airport project has created good jobs for Bermudians and generated economic activity in the East End, which has been ignored for too long.

The OBA generated $1 billion in hotel and infrastructure projects which have carried the economy for the last three years when the current government was all talk and no action, and is more concerned with keeping power than in putting people first.

Kim believes that if we work together, we will do better. Vote for a better Bermuda on October 1.

Constituency 4, St George’s South, Bermuda