Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Peter Bunting, the man many touted as the replacement for Dr Peter Phillips when he steps down as president of the People's National Party, has found himself out of Gordon House as he was defeated by the Jamaica Labour Party's Rhoda Moy Crawford.
Crawford, a new-comer to the political arena, clutched victory away from Bunting, claiming 8097 votes, while Bunting garnered 7,112.
Independent candidate, Rohan Chung, received 67 votes.
Bunting has been member of parliament of Manchester Central for three consecutive terms.
In September 2019, Bunting challenged Phillips for the leadership of the PNP and lost.
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