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FREDERIKSTED — Sen. Positive Nelson last-minute attempt to be on the November 8 elections ballot has gone to the Virgin Islands Superior Court in the form of a “proposed order,” court documents indicate. Superior Court Administrative Judge Harold Willocks said he would hold the Virgin Islands Election Board in contempt

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CHRISTIANSTED — The Virgin Islands Board of Elections meeting scheduled for this morning was postponed after Minority Caucus leader Jevon O.A. Williams requested it due to inclement weather caused by Beryl. The request by Williams, R–St. Croix, was sent Sunday evening by email to Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes and

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Elections System of the Virgin Islands says it is broke and will have to postpone early primary voting until July 14. Early voting was scheduled to begin July 10 but in an internal memorandum obtained by the V.I. Free Press Elections Supervisor Caroline Fawkes said “we

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Board of Elections minority caucus has formally requested the legal representation and services of Attorney General Claude Earl Walker to protect the integrity of this year’s election. The formal request by the Republicans came from minority caucus leader Jevon O.A. Williams. It follows last

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas freshman senator has called out the Virgin Islands Board of Elections for circumventing a law establishing newly-formed, territory-wide board. The Board of Elections, led by self-described chairman Arturo Watlington Jr., voted Friday to split the board into committees over objections from minority board members.

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