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Joint Boards Meet Today To Discuss Run-Off Election

News / Politics / Virgin Islands / November 13, 2014

The Joint Boards of Elections, consisting of Elections Board members from the St. Croix and St. Thomas-St. John districts, will meet today at Gertrude’s Restaurant on St. Croix at 10 a.m. to discuss the pending Run-Off Election, tentatively scheduled for November 18.

Among a number of agenda items, “Procedures for Run Off Election” and  “New Registered Voter’s Eligibility to Vote in Run Off Election” are listed as discussion topics. The public is invited to attend.

Gubernatorial candidate Donna M. Christensen has officially launched her run-off campaign, even as ballots are still being counted. Kenneth Mapp has not made an official announcement of a run-off campaign, but prior to the November 4 General Election he told his supporters, in an interview with the VI Consortium, that they should get ready for a run-off election.

The VI Consortium will provide a full report on today’s meeting later today.



Cynthia Graham

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