Declared constituencies in the Jamaica elections

(Jamaica Observer) All Island Preliminary Results. 6586 Of 6629 Boxes Counted. The Pnp Now Has 36 Declared Constituencies To The Jlp’s 21.

Clarendon Central: Lester Michael Henry – Jlp (7111) Richard Watson – Pnp (4133)

Clarendon North Central: Pearnel P. Charles – Jlp (6595) Collington R. Campbell – Pnp (4801)

Clarendon North Western: Richard Edward Azan – Pnp (8161) Michael Stern – Jlp (6613)

Clarendon Northern: Horace Washington Dalley – Pnp (7645) Laurence George Broderick – Jlp (5963) Eton Cedric Williams – Ndm (20)

Clarendon South Eastern: Rudyard Conrad Spencer – Jlp (8770) Dereck Lloyd Lambert – Pnp (8684)

Clarendon South Western: Noel George Arscott – Pnp (7702) Joel Lawrence Williams – Jlp (5529)

Hanover Eastern: Donald K. (D.K) Duncan – Pnp (6603) Paula Kerr-Jarrett – Jlp (6221)

Hanover Western: Ian Dave Hayles – Pnp (8569) Donovan E. A. Hamilton – Jlp (6909)

Kingston Central: Ronald George Thwaites – Pnp (5818) Rosalie M. Hamilton – Jlp (3795) Michael A. Lorne – Mgppp (58)

Kingston East And Port Royal: Phillip Feanny Paulwell – Pnp (8051) Peter Curtis A. Sangster – Jlp (1529)

Kingston Western: Desmond Anthony A. Mckenzie – Jlp (8942) Earl A. Dawkins – Pnp (1825) Arlington Anthony Seaton – Mgppp (32)

Manchester Central: Peter Murcott Bunting – Pnp (10481) Danville A. L. Walker – Jlp (10042)

Manchester North Eastern: Audley Fitzalbert Shaw – Jlp (8326) Valenton Orlando Wint – Pnp (7832)

Manchester North Western: Mickael A. Phillips – Pnp (8462) Timothy Augustine Scarlett – Jlp (6308)

Manchester Southern: Michael Peart – Pnp (9547) Collin A. Virgo – Jlp (7040)

Portland Eastern: Lynvale George Bloomfield – Pnp (9127) Patrick Montclair Lee – Jlp (8164)

Portland Western: Daryl W. Vaz – Jlp (7350) Rohan George Quest – Pnp (6579) Peter Anthony Flemmings – Ndm (18)

St. Andrew East Central: Peter D. Phillips – Pnp (6867) Beverley Ann Marie Prince – Jlp (4032) Allan Lloyd Martin – Mgppp (42)

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