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INTEMPERATE, FLAWED CHARACTER: IN THE END, WHAT VOTERS REMEMBERED MOST IS THAT MAPP DID NOT CARRY HIMSELF WITH THE DIGNITY AND COMPORTMENT THAT THEY EXPECT FROM A VIRGIN ISLANDS GOVERNOR. MAPP CALLED A SITTING FEMALE ST. THOMAS SENATOR A “JACKASS, SETTY FOWL.” WHEN ASKED WHERE HE LIVES, MAPP TOLD A

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VIRGIN ISLANDS ELECTIONS OFFICIALS ON ST. THOMAS TODAY CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The supervisor of elections said that she “is happy” to report “the steady rise” in voters with the 3 p.m. count in the 2018 Gubernatorial Run-Off Election. So far, a total of 5,160 people have cast their ballots in

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EARLY VOTING IN ST. THOMAS ON SATURDAY WAS AROUND THE BLOCK NEAR LOCKHART GARDENS United States Virgin Islands Runoff Election Poll Results Conducted: November 13 – 15, 2018 Number of Respondents: 600 MoE: ±3.99% Q. Are you registered to vote? Yes 100% Q. There will be a runoff election in

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Virgin Islands Attorney General Claude Walker has filed a lawsuit to block a faction of the Elections Board from registering new voters on St. Thomas and St. John prior to the Nov. 20 runoff election. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday and assigned to Superior Court Judge Denise Francois,

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MAPP-POTTER TEAM FAVORED TO GET THE MOST VOTES ON NOVEMBER 6, ST. CROIX POLLSTER JOHN BOYD SAYS TODAY CHRISTIANSTED — A veteran pollster on St. Croix says that if incumbent Governor Kenneth Mapp is going to be re-elected in 2018 he will have to face one of two native St.

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CHRISTIANSTED — The initiative changing the composition of the territory’s unicameral Legislature would disenfranchise voters and violate the principle of one-person, one-vote that has formed the basis of apportioning legislatures since a series of U.S. Supreme Court rulings in the early 1960s. “I applaud citizens of all political backgrounds stepping up

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CHRISTIANSTED — Attorney General Claude Walker says Allison DeGazon is indeed qualified to run for the Senate. Walker wrote to Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes after she asked the AG on August 16 to make a ruling on DeGazon’s residency. “Yes, … candidate DeGazon is a bona fide resident of the Virgin

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SOUND ASLEEP: On the floor of the Legislature, incumbent Senator-At-Large Brian Smith. CRUZ BAY –– The last place finisher in the Senator-At-Large race has petitioned the Board of Elections to do a “manual recount” of the votes from the Democratic Primary on Saturday. Senator Brian A. Smith sent a letter

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SENATORIAL CANDIDATE ALLISON DEGAZON SAYS HER GEORGIA BUSINESS WAS CLOSED BECAUSE OF ACTIONS HER HUSBAND DID NOT COMPLETE FOR HER BUSINESS. FREDERIKSTED —  Democratic senatorial candidate Allison DeGazon admitted that her mortgage business was closed down by the Georgia Secretary of State because her former husband failed to submit paperwork

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Rattan Polling Service, which says it is an independent polling source and has been conducting polling in the Virgin Islands since 1998, said it sampled 300 people in the territory between July 15 and August 1. “The race for the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination appears to be a

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