Latest Election News

Local government election date to be announced

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller - File.The Gleaner/Power 106 News centre has learnt that Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller could name the date of the local government polls this afternoon.


EOJ ready for local government polls

It appears the Portia Simpson Miller administration has not yet made enquiries about the readiness of the Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) to hold the local government polls.


Bunting predicts parish council election win

The People’s National Party (PNP), general secretary Peter Bunting is predicting that his party will regain dominance of parish councils islandwide after the Local Government polls.


Labourites protest in Fellowship division

Ahead of the local Government election, there is deep disquiet among Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), supporters in the Fellowship division in Portland.


St James Election Day workers barred

The Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) has barred the people who worked in the December 29 general election in East Central St James from working in that constituency in the upcoming local government election.


Electoral Commission prepares for Local Gov’t election

The Electoral Office of Jamaica is now seeking to acquire critical items that will be needed to run the upcoming local government election.


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