Keith Lowenfield new Chief Election Officer

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has chosen acting Deputy Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield as the new Chief Election Officer.

Keith Lowenfield
Keith Lowenfield

Lowenfield takes the position which became vacant when the contract of the previous holder Goccool Boodoo was not renewed by Gecom. Lowenfield was chosen ahead of three others: acting Chief Election Officer Calvin Benn, former Jamaica Elections Director Danville Walker and overseas-based Guyanese Savitri Singh.

 

 

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