Latest Election News

Cops instructed to verify names on voters' list

The main political parties are to square off in the first ever political debate for the local government elections.


PNP Councillors sign pledge ahead of local gov't polls

Thirty-seven of the 40 People's National Party (PNP) candidates seeking election to the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC), have signed a pledge


Electoral commission makes final preparations

ECJ Professor, Errol Miller - file photo.The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) says it has taken steps to provide the disabled community with greater access to polling stations in the March 26 local government elections.


JLP confident of St Mary Parish Council sweep

The Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) is expressing confidence that it will sweep the St. Mary Parish Council in the upcoming local government elections.


We are ready - EOJ

The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ), says it is ready for Nominations Day activities across the island today ahead of the Local Government elections.


Election energy high in Hanover

There is high energy in the parish of Hanover with just under two hours to go before the close of nomination centres, as the ruling People’s National Party (PNP) and the Opposition Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) prepare to do battle in the March 26 Local Go


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Election News

Next councillor must deliver water to Red Hills

Whoever eventually wins the Red Hills division in the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation would, partly, have done so by satisfying residents that their cries for water will not fall on deaf ears.

Local Gov't 2016 : Woman quits marketing job to run as councillor

Two years ago, Withney Smith quit her day job and returned to her home in Brompton, St Elizabeth, to get involved in politics.

Letter Of The Day | Autonomy For Local Government

Jamaicans are now preparing for another round of delayed local government elections that seemed set to be kicked further down the road by another administration that would rather have enough political mileage on their opponents before allowing Jamaican