St Kitts and Nevis: The result of the general election of St Kitts and Nevis is underway as the counting of the votes is going on. The ballot papers have opened in several constituencies.
The result for the two constituencies- 10 and 4 has been declared so far. Eric Evelyn of the Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) party has been declared the winner for Nevis constituency #10. He received a landslide victory with 616 votes paving his way to the parliament again.
He defeated his incumbent Rohan Isles candidate of the Nevis Reformation Party, who received 229 votes. In constituency 10, there was a total of 1085 registered voters, out of which 845 votes were valid.
On the other hand, from the St Kitts Constituency 4, Samal Duggins, who is a candidate for St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party, has been declared the winner and paved his path to the parliament for the first time. With this declaration, SKN Labour Party managed to secure their first seats out of 11 in the parliament of the twin-island Federation.
He defeated his incumbent People’s Action Movement candidate Lindsey Grant who managed 761 votes. People’s Labour party candidate Kendale Liburd stood third with 293 votes.
Further results of the election are underway.
From Constituency 1, St Kitts- Nevis Labour Party is leading, and there are chances for Geoffery Hanley to win the seat so far.
From Constituency 2: St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party candidate Konris Maynard is leading with 508 votes, whereas People’s Labour Party candidate Akilah Byron Nisbett is trailing with 204 votes.
From Constituency 3: St Kitts- Nevis Labour is leading with massive votes, and PAM and PLP are both trailing.
From Constituency 4: PLP Candidate Timothy Harris is leading with 501 votes so far.
From Constituency 5: People’s Action Movement’s Shawn K Richards receives 395 votes, Kenneth Douglas of SKNLP receives 315 votes, Stachio Williams of People’s Labour Party receives 87 votes
Further, St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party candidate Dr Denzil Douglas from constituency 6 managed to secure 945 votes and is leading against the People’s Labour candidate March Wiilans who has received 76 votes. On the other hand, PAM candidate– Troy Flanders has received 33 votes so far.
From Constituency 9, Mark Brantley from Concerned Citizens Movement is leading.