Category: Campaign 2015

JCF Decries Use of Cops’ Image in JLP Advt

The Jamaica Constabulary Force is condemning the use of a photograph of police personnel on a political campaign image bearing the name and symbol of the Jamaica Labour...

JLP Writes Ombudsman, Fearing Election Misconduct

the JLP says it has advised the Political Ombudsman and the Electoral Commission of Jamaica, ECJ, that some voters are concerned that some PNP supporters have devised...

Tax Plan Forum CANCELLED

University Professor and Financial Analyst, Dr. Denzil Williams, is distancing himself from a public forum which was scheduled to take place at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel...

Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Filed Against Phillips & 4 PNP Members

A multi-million dollar lawsuit was this morning taken out against Finance Minister Dr. Peter Phillips and attorney-at-law, the PNP’s Omar Newell – along with...

PNP Concerned about Some Polling Stations

PNP Campaign Spokesman Delano Franklyn, says the party is concerned about the placement of polling stations in sections of two constituencies which have recently been...

22 Marginals Could Prove Decisive

More than 66,000 new voters in 22 marginal seats could determine the outcome of Thursday’s general election. The marginal seats are those won by fewer than 1,000...

No Reports of Vote Buying

Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Jamaica, Dorothy Pine McLarty, says no formal report has been made to the Commission about vote buying in this year’s...

Juliet Holness Hurt by Phillips

JLP candidate for East Rural St. Andrew Juliet Holness says she has been moved to take legal action against Finance Minister, Dr. Peter Phillips, in order to send him a...

PM Insists JLP Plan will Ruin Economic Gains

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says the JLP’s plan to raise the income tax threshold to $1.5-million, will undo the economic gains made under the PNP...

Election Day Workers Vote Without Incident

The Electoral Office of Jamaica, EOJ, says the nearly 40,000 election day workers who cast their ballots today at nearly 300 polling stations, experienced no major...