Tuesday, April 23, 2024

General Elections 2022: St Thomas and St Joseph


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St Thomas

Barbados Labour Party candidate Cynthia Forde successfully contested the January 19 General Election in St Thomas. She received 2971 votes to defeat Democratic Labour Party candidate Rolerick Hinds who had 625, Barbados Sovereignty Party’s Philip Catlyn with 98 and Independent Samuel Maynard who received 88.



St Joseph

Barbados Labour Party candidate, incumbent Dale Marshall easily won the seat in St Joseph with 2344 votes. Democratic Labour Party candidate Randall Rouse received 1034, Paula Bradshaw of the Alliance Party For Progress gained 67 and Antonio Gittens of the received 47 votes.



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