Latest Election News

#JaVotes2020 | Senior Citizens Pave The Way For Voters In St James West Central

WESTERN BUREAU:  Senior citizens were among the first set of persons to cast their ballots this morning at the Mount Salem Primary and Infant School in the battleground constituency of St James West Central. They formed part of the long.

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Source: Jamaica Gleaner

#JaVotes2020 | Woman Faints Inside St Andrew Polling Station

A woman this morning fainted at a polling station at Mona High School in St Andrew as complaints about the slow pace of voting began to rise.  Long, winding lines have now emerged with failing attempts at social distancing. An Electoral Office...

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Source: Jamaica Gleaner

#JaVotes2020 | Charlemont Elector Disgruntled Amid Slow Voting

There is disgruntlement at the Charlemont Community Centre in Linstead, St Catherine as voters complain about the slow pace at which the line for voting is moving.   Among the electors complaining is a...

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Source: Jamaica Gleaner

#JaVotes2020 | Early Voters And COVID Whispers In St Catherine East Central

There were long lines at the Cedar Grove Basic School polling station in St Catherine East Central long before the 7 o'clock start of voting this morning.  Jamaica Labour Party candidate Alando Terrelonge is seeking to fend off a...

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Source: Jamaica Gleaner

#JaVotes2020 | Early Voting At Mona High

The elderly are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus but the dreaded disease was not going to stop Osbert Neufville from voting in today's election. The 83-year-old, with his cane and daughter's help, made his way onto the grounds of...

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Source: Jamaica Gleaner

Voting underway in Jamaica's parliamentary election

Polling stations are now opening island-wide as Jamaicans begin voting to elect a new government.

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Source: RadioJamaica News

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Election News

Police Probing Fatal Shooting Of Man By JLP Caretaker

A police probe has been launched into the shooting death of a man by a Jamaica Labour Party caretaker/councillor in St Andrew on Monday night. Reports reaching The Gleaner are that about 9 o'clock the caretaker was at a traffic light along on...

Patterson: PNP Will Bounce Back - Won’t Back Phillips Replacement As Golding Hints At Leadership Ambitions

Though badly bruised from its pummelling at the polls on September 3, the People’s National Party (PNP) will recover from its worst electoral beating in 40 years, 

Golding Says He’s Ready To Rebuild PNP

Mark Golding has given the clearest indication yet that he intends to run for the presidency of the beleaguered Opposition People’s National Party (PNP)  In an Instagram post this morning, the St Andrew Southern Member of Parliament told...