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USVI Democrats vote team to challenge Gov Mapp in Nov Gubernatorial elections

Democrats from St Croix, St Thomas and St John vote for the Democrat’s standard bearer today, Saturday August 4, 2018 to choose a team to challenge incumbent Governor, Kenneth E. Mapp and Osbert E. Potter, currently seeking another four-year term in office. Photo: Internet Source
Today’s results will determine who in the Democratic field, proceeds onward to the General Election in the Gubernatorial and Senatorial races, in the USVI elections. Internet Source
Today’s results will determine who in the Democratic field, proceeds onward to the General Election in the Gubernatorial and Senatorial races, in the USVI elections. Internet Source
CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St Thomas, USVI - Democrats from St Croix, St Thomas and St John vote for the Democrat’s standard bearer today Saturday August 4, 2018, to choose a team to challenge incumbent Governor, Kenneth E. Mapp and Osbert E. Potter, currently seeking another four-year term in office.

Today’s results will determine, who in the Democratic field, proceeds onward to the General Elections, in the Gubernatorial and Senatorial races, in the USVI elections.

Front runner? 

It is believed that Allison Petrus aka ‘Allie’ and St Croix Senator, Samuel Sanes, are the front runners in the Democratic Primary for Governor. 

The November 6, 2018, election is for Governor, Senators and the Board of Elections, in addition to Independent Candidates, Republicans and other local parties.

With our sister media house in the USVI, VI Consortium, we will be the first to bring you coverage and update on the winners.

 

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