Twenty-five candidates are contesting a district seat while 16 were nominated for the Territorial At-Large seats.
Below is the official listing of candidates by the seat they are nominated to contest as well as a breakdown of how the 14,939 registered voters are divided by district.
First District (1,517 registered voters)
Stephanie Brewley, Andrew Fahie, Sylvia Moses
Second District (1,571 registered voters)
Carnel Clyne, Melvin ‘Mitch’ Turnbull
Third District (1,708 registered voters)
Julian Fraser, Aaron Parillon, Arlene Smith-Thompson
Fourth District (1,389 registered voters)
Luce Hodge-Smith, Karl Scatliffe, Vincent Scatliffe, Mark Vanterpool
Fifth District (1,969 registered voters)
Elvis Harrigan, Kye Rymer, Wade Smith
Sixth District (1,820 registered voters)
Alvera Maduro Caines, John Samuel
Seventh District (1,385 registered voters)
Diego Penn, Kedrick Pickering (independent), Natalio Wheatley
Eighth District (1,778 registered voters)
Dean Fahie, Marlon Penn
Ninth District (1,802 registered voters)
Jose de Castro, Hubert O’Neal, Vincent Wheatley
Henry Creque, Trefor Grant, Sandy Underhill, Myron Walwyn, Sharie de Castro, Shereen Flax-Charles, Carvin Malone, Neville Smith, Curnal Fahie, Ronnie Skelton, Lesmore Smith, Shaina Smith, Rajah Smith, Verna Smith, Dirk Walters, Dancia Penn (independent)
The National Democratic Party’s political colour is red, the Progressive Virgin Islands Movement is blue, the Virgin Islands Party’s colour is green, and Progressives United brands orange.
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