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Charlotte Amalie
Saturday, October 24, 2020

Elections 2018

Supervisor of Elections Caroline Fawkes (File ohoto from V.I. Legislature)

Early Voting Concludes With Record Setting Numbers

Voters who participated in the 2018 General Election Early Voting represent 23 percent of registered voters.

What the Candidates Say: Why Are You Running, Why Should Voters Choose You?

In this series of candidate question, we asked the seven gubernatorial hopefuls why they are running for governor and why people should vote for them.

What the Candidates Say About Government Transparency and Marijuana Legalization

The territory's gubernatorial candidates talk about government transparency and legalization of marijuana.
Virgin Islands flag with flag of the United States of America

What the Candidates Say: How Can the Territory Avoid Brain Drain? What Will You...

The Source asked each of the seven candidates for governor questions about how they would fix the territories 'brain drain,' and GERS. Six of the seven responded.
Government House in Christiansted. (Kelsey Nowakowski photo)

What the Candidates Say: How Can the Territory Avoid Default and What’s Your Economic...

Candidates for governor respond to the question: how can the territory avoid default? What is your fiscal and economic plan?
Sen. Jean Forde

What the Candidates Say: STT Senate – Jean Forde

Forde is serving his second term in the Legislature of the Virgin Islands. He has chaired the Committee on Education, Youth, and Recreation, has served as a member of the Virgin Islands Workforce Development Board for seven years,
Voters fill in their ballots at the Gladys Abraham Elementary School Polling site inside UVI's Sports and Fitness Center.

Early Voting Extended on St. John

Due to the increased turnout on St. John, Early Voting has been extended through Saturday, Oct. 27.
At a Monday news conference, Gov. Kenneth Mapp discusses burning debris from September's hurricanes. (Jamie Leonard photo)

What the Candidates Say: Kenneth Mapp

In this series, the Source introduces the community to the platforms of the candidates for governor and gauges their approaches to issues in the...
Sen. Janette Millin Young (File photo)

Millin Young/ Bengoa Team Raises Questions About Finances of the Territory

Sen. Janette Millin Young repeats her charge that Gov. Kenneth Mapp is being grossly dishonest by misleading the people of the Virgin Islands regarding the territory’s finances.
Albert Bryan: 'Education is where we really need to start.'

Bryan, Coffelt, Mosler Square Off at UVI Forum

Three candidates for governor presented their platforms at the University of the Virgin Islands’ Gubernatorial Forum Tuesday evening, fielding questions ranging from saving the Government Employees Retirement System and shoring up the agriculture industry.





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