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St Kitts and Nevis: Candidates file nominations ahead of Assembly Elections on December 12

St Kitts and Nevis: The candidates from the Concerned Citizens Movement, on December 5, filed their nominations from their respective constituencies for the upcoming Assembly Elections on December 12, 2022. Since the dissolution of the assembly, Premier Mark Brantley announced to conduct the Assembly Elections in the country on December 12, 2022.

Tuesday, 6th December 2022

St Kitts and Nevis: Candidates file nominations ahead of Assembly Elections on December 12
St Kitts and Nevis: The candidates from the Concerned Citizens Movement, on December 5, filed their nominations from their respective constituencies for the upcoming Assembly Elections on December 12, 2022. Since the dissolution of the assembly, Premier Mark Brantley announced to conduct the Assembly Elections in the country on December 12, 2022. Twelve candidates will be contesting the Nevis Island Assembly Elections from five electoral districts. From the Nevis 1 (St. Paul’s) Constituency, Spencer Brand from the Concerned Citizens Movement filed his nomination at the Charlestown Magistrate Court. Returning Officer Mr Kevin Barrett received his nomination. From the Constituency of Nevis 2(St. John’s), Mark Brantley from the Citizens Concerned Movement (CCM) filed his nomination to the Returning officer, Rohan Claxton at the Albertha Payne Community Centre. Brantley was nominated by Ms Lorna Hunkins of Marion Heights along with Mr Dennis Browne of Brown Hill. Eric Evelyn, from the CCM, after being nominated by Mrs Deslyn Evelyn of Hanley’s Road and Mr Berley Walwyn of Hardtimes Estate, filed for his nomination from the Nevis 3( St George’s) to the Returning officer Mr Floyd Robinson at the Charles L. Walters Community Center nomination station.

From Constituency Nevis 4(St. James), at the Newcastle Police Station nomination station, Alexis Jeffers-Queeley of the CCM filed his nomination to the Returning officer Mrs Ermileta Elliott. Mr Stanley Williams, and Ms June Isles-Smithen of Newcastle nominated Jeffers for the upcoming Assembly elections.

The Cotton Ground Police Station formed the nomination station from the Constituency of Nevis 5(St. Thomas’s), with Ms Tricia Williams being the Returning Officer. The CCM candidate, Latoya Biyanca Jones, filed her nomination on being nominated by Mrs Carol Liburd-Rawlins of Cades Bay with Mr Marcus Duberry of Clifton Estate.

The contesting candidates signed the Statutory Declaration of the Person Nominated as a Candidate for Election as a member of the Nevis Island Assembly. The ones nominating the candidates signed the declaration of the Person Nominating a Candidate for Election as a member of the Nevis Island Assembly.