PLP, the projected new government!

MORE MUST BE DONE – Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), Philip “Brave” Davis said the government must do more to assist more Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), particularly in Grand Bahama. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS)

Late last night, it was quite clear that the country’s next prime minister would be Phillip “Brave” Davis. The leader of the Progressive Liberal Party led the overwhelming charge and looks to have a huge mandate. Around 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, former Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis conceded. ▪︎More detailed stories and photos to follow.
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Moxey ready for Day 1

All-in-all voters throughout the island agreed that COVID safety protocols were not only in place, but their entire process went rather smoothly. Such was the case when our news team caught up with Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) candidate Ginger Moxey at the Hugh Campbell Primary School, where residents in several Pineridge polling divisions were casting…
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Early voting in West GB moves smoothly

WEST GB EARLY VOTING – Residents in West Grand Bahama kept polling stations officials busy Thursday (September 16) morning, as they turned out very early to cast their ballots. Free National Movement (FNM) incumbent Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe voted early as well, and then visited polling stations before flying to Bimini. (PHOTOS: BARBARA WALKIN)

Polling stations in West Grand Bahama and Bimini constituencies were busy early Thursday (September 16) morning, as voters queued up to cast their ballots. Polling divisions 4A, 4B, 5, were at the Holmes Rock Primary School; polling stations #6, 7, 13 were at Martin Town Primary School; numbers 13, 14,12 were at Eight Mile Rock…
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Voters in Freeport proper turn out in large numbers

LONG LINES – Voters in Freeport proper turned out early in large numbers to cast their ballots in Thursday, September 16 general elections. Many agreed that the process went smoothly at their various polling stations. (PHOTOS: SHAYNE STUBBS)

General elections in Grand Bahama began with a smooth start, as a number of voters arrived at the polls extremely early to cast their votes for the candidate of their choice. At the St. George’s High Gymnasium, shortly after 9:00 a.m., Assistant Returning Officer Ricardo Major shared how the process was moving. “This morning we…
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