SODELPA general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu says the party provides an alternative view to what the government is offering.
After visiting the traditional village of Nailaga in Ba last night, the party was encouraged by the many questions raised by villagers.
"In terms of support we are encouraged and have been enlightened in terms of the questions that have been raised by the people that we have met today," he said.
"We are providing an alternative view to what the current authorities are doing."
He said voters should also be well informed through the media which had a responsibility to offer fair and balanced reports.
"What we ask from the media is for them to provide fair and balanced reports during the lead-up to the elections so that our voters and well informed and they are able to choose wisely come September 17."