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#JaVotes2020: Elderly PNP supporters speak their minds

SEPTEMBER 2, 2020: Elderly residences in Hamilton gardens speaking about why they have always voted and who they have voted for.

#JaVotes2020: "What has she done?" - Joan Gordon-Webley asks of Juliet Holness

#Gleaner #JoanGordonWebley #PNP SEPTEMBER 4, 2020: Prior to People's National Party's Joan Gordon-Webley's defeat, she had chastised her opponent, for the seat of Member of Parliament for St Andrew East Rural Jamaica Labour Party's Juliet Holness, for her lack of support given to the residents.

#JaVotes2020 Jamaica Elections: Livestream of the ballot count

September 3, 2020: The Gleaner's election team presents #JaVotes2020, live coverage of the ballot count. Host: Damion Mitchell Panellists:  Dr Jermaine McCalpin  Christina Williams  Daraine Luton Dr Maziki Thame Clive Munroe Jnr Derek Ramsamooj

#JaVotes2020: Andrew Holness returns as Prime Minister

#Gleaner #AndrewHolness #GeneralElection SEPTEMBER 3, 2020: With all the ballots counted, Andrew Holness returns to Gordon House as the Prime Minister of Jamaica with 49 seats for the Jamaica Labour Party and 14 seats for the People's National Party.

#JaVotes2020: Highlights of the General Election

Voters share their opinions and the party they will be voting for this General Election.

Election News

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...

PNP Needs To Set Its House In Order

THE EDITOR, Madam: Is the continuous haemorrhaging of the People’s National Party (PNP) a vindication of the Jamaican electorate? Was the country very on point with their decisions at the polls this last general election? The good book Matthew 12