St Kitts and Nevis: Concerned Citizens Movement managed to regain their position as a government by winning all three constituencies of the Nevis( 9, 10, 11) in the general elections of St Kitts and Nevis held on August 5, 2022.
The candidates of the Concerned Citizens Movement have swept all three seats in Nevis.
- Constituency # 9:
The seats have been secured by Mark Brantley of CCM with 1685 votes. With this massive victory out of the 3074 valid votes, Mark Brantley once again become the parliamentary representative of constituency 9.
He secured victory by defeating Nevis Reformation Party’s candidate- Dr Patricia Bartlette, who received 1279 votes.
- Constituency #10:
Eric Evelyn of Concerned Citizens Movement becomes parliamentary representative from Constituency 10. He secured the landslide victory with 616 votes.
Constituency 10 witnessed 845 total votes. He defeated his incumbent Rohan Isles candidate of the Nevis Reformation Party, who received 229 votes.
- Constituency #11:
Alexis Jeffers of Concerned Citizens Movement secured a landslide victory from Constituency 11. He paved his path to parliament once again with 1172 votes.
On the other hand, his opponent from Nevis Reformation Party received 1113 votes out of the total 2317 votes.
After the declaration of the results of all seats of the Concerned Citizens Movement, the Premier of Nevis and the newly elected parliamentary representative from constituency 9 took to social and penned down his expression.
Mark Brantley extended gratitude to the people and stated,” Please accept my profound gratitude for reposing your trust and confidence in the Concerned Citizens Movement once again and allowing us to be your voice in Basseterre.”
He added that their Party has always trusted the people of Nevis, and tonight they have spoken overwhelmingly and unequivocally. Mark Brantley also thanked their campaign team and the army of volunteers who made this possible. The island owes them a debt of gratitude.
To the NRP led by Dr Janice Hodge and her team, he commends them for a spirited fight. The democracy in Nevis is alive and well, and today they showed that they can peacefully and with decorum select those they wish to represent.
Mark Brantley expressed, “Lastly but most importantly, I say praise be to God who has raised us up in a time such as this to serve the people of our beloved island and country.”