Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Jason Cross/Gleaner Writer
At approximately 7:30 am, scores of voters had already converged on the Kingston Technical High school to cast their vote, for the next representative to replace Ronald Thwaites, as Member of Parliament for Kingston Central.
The People's National Party's (PNP) Imani Duncan Price squares off against the Jamaica Labour Party's candidate, Donovan Williams in the traditional PNP stronghold.
When our news team arrived on the location, we observed a well-organised queue in place, but as more persons arrived, the situation deteriorated as the location became more crowded. However, things quickly returned to normal with the help of the police and election day workers.
While, most persons were wearing masks, some were seen wearing theirs improperly. There was also concern among some election day runners, who failed to properly sanitise or don masks while assisting the elderly and disabled.
Winston Thorpe, 74, who was assisted by his grandson to the polling station in his wheel chair, told The Gleaner that he wasn't excited to come out, but said it was crucial to do so.
Meanwhile, Imani Duncan Price arrived at the Kingston Technical High School at approximately 8:35 a.m. without much fanfare.
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