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People’s National Party (PNP) supporters in St Catherine South East admit that Robert ‘Big Rob’ Miller, the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) candidate in Thursday’s general election, has made his presence felt in the constituency. They, however, dismissed the findings of a Gleaner-commissioned Don Anderson poll that shows Miller leading the incumbent, Colin Fagan, by four percentage points. However, the JLP supporters in the constituency said that Fagan should see the poll results as the writing on the wall. “If you can’t be a man fi yuh yard, how you a guh be a man out a road?” Nigel Thompson said as he pointed to what appears to be Fagan’s loss of control in Edgewater.
SEPTEMBER 1, 2020: JLP campaign co-chairman Rudyard Spencer has been hospitalised after suffering a stroke ... Non-residents Jamaicans say they are being scorned when visiting the island ... Jamaica-born British doctor and civil rights pioneer Dr Harold Moody is being honoured by Google Doodle today ... The Jamaica Umbrella Group of Churches is calling for the extension of voting hours for Thursday’s polls ... IN SPORTS: Olivia Grange has announced the erection of a statue of Usain Bolt in Water Square, Falmouth.
Police officers and election day workers gives their opinions on the process of voting as they cast their ballots on Monday, three days before the 2020 General Election.
Internal campaigns have planted seeds of political division in the People’s National Party (PNP), leaving it badly damaged since 1992, but the temperature has risen exponentially in leadership races since, according to the party’s longest-s
Defeated People's National Party (PNP) presidential candidate Lisa Hanna has said thanks to her supporters in Saturday's election. Hanna, the St Ann South Eastern MP was beaten by Mark Golding, the St Andrew South MP, by 296 votes. There was...
Newly-elected president of the People’s National Party Mark Golding says he is ready to take on a bold new era in the 82-year-old organisation and the work begins tomorrow. Golding was speaking at the party’s Old Hope Road Headquarters...&l