Following securing victory in the Nevis Island Assembly elections 2022, the members of the Concerned Citizens Movement extended gratitude with warm thank-you notes to the voters who supported them in the respective constituencies.
Nevis: Following securing victory in the Nevis Island Assembly elections 2022, the members of the Concerned Citizens Movement extended gratitude with warm thank-you notes to the voters who supported them in the respective constituencies.
Nevis witnessed the assembly elections on Monday, December 12, 2022, and the electoral commission declared the Concerned Citizens Movement as the winner of the polls on the same night. The party has secured three out of five seats, and the remaining two were bagged by the candidates of the Nevis Reformation Party.
On the election victory, the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement- Mark Brantley, extended gratitude to the voters for making him retain his position. He secured the Nevis 2 constituency with 1313 votes.
He cited, “Please allow me a moment to express how humbled I am to once again be chosen by the people of Nevis to lead our beloved island.”
Mark Brantley noted that he is so grateful to the people for choosing CCM for the next five years. He asserted, “Let me also say how grateful I am that the people of Nevis have once again chosen the Concerned Citizens Movement to manage the affairs of Nevis over the next five years.”
He also greeted his CCM team and the NRP candidates for winning the election. “I extend heartiest congratulations to our CCM team. To my brothers Eric and Spencer you have earned the love and trust of your constituents. To my brother Alexis who has always been at my side and my sister Latoya I thank you for your exceptional service and for your spirited campaign. Your next chapter of service is still to be written, “said the leader of CCM.
To Dr Janice Hodge and Cleone Stapleton Simmonds, he extended his congratulations.
While reaffirming his commitments, h continued, “I congratulate the unsuccessful candidates for the NRP Dr Patricia Bartlette, Jaedee Caines and Rohan Isles. It is now time for us to settle down and get to work. I pledge my undying love and commitment to this beloved land of my birth Nevis.”
On the same breadth, Spencer Brand- the candidate of the Concerned Citizens Movement, secured electoral district #1 with 631 votes. He also took to social media and said thank you to the voters who cast their vote and paved his way to the assembly of the Nevis.
He asserted, “I wish to thank the people of St Paul’s for once again reposing their confidence in me to once again represent them in the Nevis Island Assembly.”
While expressing honour, he added, “This election was really a judgment on my performance in the first term. I am honoured that you have found it fit to return me to office so that I may finish all that I have started on your behalf.”
Brand said that he looked forward to his second term as the representative and to continuing to deliver for them on the vision that the CCM and he has for the Constituency and for Nevis.
“I congratulate all my fellow candidates on the hard-fought and well-run campaigns. Thanks to my hard-working team, this is your victory, as it is as much mine. Thank you and may God continue to bless and keep us all, “said the elected representative.
Further, Eric Evelyn, who has been reelected from the Nevis 3 electoral district, also shared the picture featuring Thank You for extending gratitude to the voters.
Meanwhile, Alexis Jeffers and Latoya Jones, after losing to Nevis 4 and Nevis 5, asserted that despite all the circumstances, they will serve their respective constituencies.
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