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Nov. 4 General Elections Certified; St. Croix Results Enclosed

Featured / News / Virgin Islands / November 16, 2014

On Saturday night, at about 6:50 p.m., a St. Croix Board of Elections meeting was convened by Board Chairman Adelbert Bryan to announce that the St. Croix District had certified its portion of the November 4 General Elections.

Bryan convened the meeting without a quorum, as only Bryan himself, Roland Moolenaar and Lilliana Belardo de O’Neal were in attendance. In order to have a quorum, the Board needs at least four members present. Earlier, Rupert Ross, Lisa Moorehead and Raymond Williams were at the Elections System office, where the Board has its offices; however, they left just moments before the meeting convened.

Just as four members are needed to form a quorum, four signatures are needed to certify an election. While Bryan refused to place his signature on the document approving the results–because he said the document did not contain a section outlining the number of spoiled ballots and other categories of importance–the election was still certified, as it was signed by four Board members, including Rupert Ross, Lisa Moorehead, Raymond Williams and Roland Moolenaar.

The meeting ended shortly after the announcement of certification.


Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Mapp-Potter → 7,255

Christensen-Ottley → 4,330

Soraya Diase-Coffelt → 767

Barnes-Coram → 880

Scullion-Quinn → 43


Almondo “Rocky” Liburd → 6,132

Ronnie E. Jones → 3,872

Legislature of the Virgin Islands

Kurt Vialet → 8,287

Novelle E. Francis Jr. → 7,318

Sammuel Sanes → 5,803

Kenneth Kenny Gittens → 5,451

Neville James → 5,114

T. “Positive” Nelson → 4,890

Nereida Rivera O’Reilly → 4,755

Malcolm McGregor → 3,883

Naomi “Sandra” Joseph → 3,385

Jamila Russell → 3,247

Arthur A. Joseph → 3,241

Diane Capehart → 3,130

Ignacio Llanos III → 1,715

Miguel Quinones, Jr. → 1,624

Robert B. Moorehead → 1,069

Linus Loius Lacane → 771

Arthur Brown Jr. → 490

Dwight Nicholson → 328

Kevin Romain → 192


There were a total of 3,282 write-in votes cast. As it relates to Alicia “Chucky” Hansen, the Senator’s final write-in vote count, including sticker ballots, is 2,089.

Board of Elections St. Croix District

Adelbert M. Bryan → 4,898

Rupert W. Ross Jr. → 4,552

Barbara Jackson-McIntosh → 4,441

Raymond J. Williams → 4,342

Epiphane “Joe” Joseph → 2,033

Delegate to Congress

Stacey Plaskett → 11,133

Vince Danet → 927

Referendum on Medicinal Marijuana

YES → 5,309

NO → 4440

Referendum on Senators Term

YES → 1645

NO → 7758


Ernice Gilbert
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