CCM nominates its five candidates for upcoming Assembly Elections
CCM nominates its five candidates for upcoming Assembly Elections

St Kitts and Nevis: Nevis Island Administration (NIA) marked nomination day for the upcoming Assembly Election on December 5, 2022. According to the update by the Premier of Nevis, Mark Brantley, elections will be held on December 16, 2022 (Friday).

Concerned Citizens Movement (CCM) has nominated its candidates and introduced them to the public through social media. The first stop of the political front was District 3, Hanleys Road Community Centre. From this district, Eric Evelyn was nominated. While launching Evelyn, CCM noted, “Hon. Eric Evelyn is officially nominated and ready to serve five more years!”

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CCM members next stopped at District 4, Newcastle Police Station. Alexis Jeffers was nominated candidate of the Concerned Citizens Movement from this respective district. “Hon. Alexis Jeffers, Nominated and ready to serve five more years!” stated CCM on social media.

Latoya Jones was the next candidate to be nominated. Jones filed her nomination from District 5, Cotton Ground Police Station. “Hon. Latoya Jones nominated and on her way to parliament!” mentioned CCM.

The next stop of the members of CCM was District 1, Magistrate Court, Charleston, where Spencer Brand filed his nomination as a candidate of the Concerned Citizens Movement. “The only Brand in town, Hon. Spencer Brand, nominated and ready to serve five more years!” remarked CCM.

The final stoppage was District 2, Albertha Payne Community Center, Bath. The leader of the Concerned Citizens Movement and present Premier of Nevis, Mark Brantley, filed his nomination there.

Following the nomination, CCM hosted a public meeting to greet the audience of District 5 on the same day (December 5, 2022) at Cotton Ground. The political party appealed to the audience to vote for CCM.

In the previous elections, held on December 18, 2017, Concerned Citizens Movement bagged a landslide victory. Out of a total of eight seats, CCM claimed four seats, Nevis Reformation Party claimed one seat and the remaining three seats were appointed.

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