Congress of the Virgin Islands Party (VIP) has decided on its four Territorial At-Large candidates who will contest the next General Elections.
The At-Large VIP contenders are Neville ‘Sheep’ Smith, Sharie DeCastro, Carvin Malone, and Shereen Flax.
Congress selected the quartet during an internal meeting on Saturday, December 1.
All that now remains is for the party to select a candidate to contest the Second Electoral District seat.
The other VIP candidates chosen so far comprise Opposition Leader Andrew Fahie who will seek re-election in the First District, Carnel Clyne in the Second District, Dr Arlene Smith-Thompson for Third, and Director of Culture Luce Hodge-Smith, who was named as the VIP’s candidate for the Fourth.
Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles Kye Rhymer will be the party’s challenger for the Fifth District while former Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Communications & Works John Samuel was named as the VIP’s contender for the Sixth District.
VIP President Dr Natalio ‘Sowande’ Wheatley will contest in the Seventh, former Deputy Commissioner of Customs Dean Byron Fahie will take on the Eighth, and recently-resigned Sister Islands Coordinator Vincent Wheatley will seek election in the Ninth District.
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