St Kitts and Nevis: Dr Timothy Harris- leader of the People’s Labour Party, has managed to regain his constituency 7 with 1266 votes. Along with this, Dr Denzil Douglas returned to his constituency six as he secured a landslide victory with 1926 votes.
In the recent declaration of the result for constituency 7, Dr Timothy Harris was declared the winner and paved his path to the parliament of St Kitts and Nevis.
He defeated other candidates with the vast majority of votes out of the 2358 valid votes. On the other hand, the People’s Action Movement’s candidate Lincoln David- Pelle received 176 votes, and Leon Natta Nelson of St Kitts Nevis Labour Party received 903 votes.
Further, Denzil Douglas defeated candidates of the People’s Action Movement and the People’s Labour Party with the vast majority. PLP candidate Marc Williams received 309 votes and stood second, while PAM candidate Troy Flanders received 98 votes.
However, the counting of the votes for the general elections of St Kitts and Nevis is underway. So far, it is witnessing that St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party is leading its way to form the government of the twin-island Federation.
Leaving Constituencies 5 and 7, SKNLP is leading the rest of the constituency. So far, Samal Duggins of SKNLP has been announced the winner of constituency 4, and he has secured 1269 votes. He became the parliamentary representative for constituency 4 for the first and defeated his incumbent Lindsey Grant of the People’s Action Movement, who received 761 votes.
Besides this, Eric Evelyn from Nevis Constituencies 10 has also been declared the winner, who secured 616 votes against the NRP candidate.
The counting on the constituency 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 9 is going on. For all constituencies 1, 2, and 8, SKNLP is leading with a majority, while in Nevis Constituency 9, the leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Mark Brantley, is leading with 1023 votes.