60,916 people are registered to vote in tomorrow’s election, 9658 more than 2018

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TWIN ISLAND MEDIA: ABEC PRO Elisa Graham reports that 60,916 people are registered to vote in tomorrow’s election.

In 2018, according to caribbeanelections.com, just 51,258 persons were registered to vote.

It means 9,658 additional people are able to vote in this election as compared to 2018. (TWIN ISLAND MEDIA)

 

Meantime,There’s been a whopping 51% increase in registered voters in St. Peter. ABEC says 4,609 people are registered to vote in St. Peter in this election.

According to caribbeanelections.com, just 3,041 people were registered to vote in 2018.

It means an additional 1,568 people are registered to vote in the hotly contested constituency this election.

There’s been a whopping 51% increase in registered voters in St. Peter. ABEC says 4,609 people are registered to vote in St. Peter in this election.

According to caribbeanelections.com, just 3,041 people were registered to vote in 2018.

It means an additional 1,568 people are registered to vote in the hotly contested constituency this election.

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    • @ Red dead: I agree vote out UPP. They are mercenaries & enemies to our state. They were once trusted & they failed us miserably so they can’t be trusted again…. No way can we allow UPP to manage the affairs of this country again

  1. I look on it from this perspective. More of our peoples are participating in the democratic process and that can be nothing but good for this beautiful beloved twin island state where we live.

  2. Can someone of you voters please tell public works throw some dirt in those trenches that were dug across factory road as they are seriously impeding the traffic. The one especially close to sprugoos is a bigger issue since with the rain the dirt has been washed out where the tires hit the trench.

  3. I can bet you the majority of them are foreigners. They come in our home and get way more access that us and when push comes to shove we are let here to suffer while they go back home… For us to go to their home, it would takes us years before we have even half the access and yet no one is seeing what is happening. Things will never get better for us until we start to realise that we cannot have them taking over what should belong to us.

    Who nuh hear will feel. Antigua as a country is deteriorating slowly because we cannot come together as one and go forth. Politicians can keep saying what they want, the bigger picture is still there to be seen

  4. Wonderful Wonderful news! Wow, the previous stats are normally between 43,000 and 48,000, and to have 60,916 at this General Election means that the extra 12,000 – 15,000 registered voters bodes well for the UPP.

    More than enough to win comfortably … 🗳

    UPP, UPP, UPP …

    • @ Brixtonian: Wake up & smell the coffee. The results of this election in favor of ABLP will give you a ride awakening

  5. I personally believe that if you are not born in a country, you should not vote. I don’t care if you have citizenship, how much taxes you pay or how much contribution you make to the development of a country. It is understandable when ANTIGUANS feel a way that ‘outsiders:’ have the ability to influence the result of an election. It is not right for me. There will always be that lingering resentment when the perception is that, they have no stake in the matter, so they can be easily bribed. If you want to vote, ho back home and be a part of your navel string election.

    • @ Red dead: I agree vote out UPP. They are mercenaries & enemies to our state. They were once trusted & they failed us miserably so they can’t be trusted again…. No way can we allow UPP to manage the affairs of this country again

  6. I have no issue with non nationals who are citizens voting. What I take issue with is Gaston manipulating them for votes. Why do you think amnesty was granted just before the election. I heard a Guyanese woman phoning in on their radio station yesterday saying after she heard Goodwin’s tape, no non national should vote for UPP. I suggest to this woman that she listens to the tape of Gaston saying the same thing. This man is just using the non nationals for votes.
    I am a native Antiguan and I am mad. Why don’t these Guyanese go home and fight for what is theirs? Guyana is a rich country. It seems to me that all a lot of black Guyanese can do in Guyana is kill each other and let the other ethnic groups take all the wealth. I listen to your news.
    You people had better stay out of our election as the first opportunity you get you a run back to your country and Antiguans and their grand children going to have to deal with you people keeping a corrupt government on office.
    With all the prosperity that Guyana will achieve, I doubt that black nationals from other countries will be allowed entry as the Haitians were turned away with a Politician of the present government saying that they will vote for the opposition.

    • You are so narrow minded. All who wants a better life and will contribute to the developement of Antigua are welcome. Tomorrow I am voting labour, the best choice for Antigua and Barbuda.

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