Published 6 December 2022
Buckie Got It St. Kitts and Nevis News Source
Local Campaign Intensifies As Five NRP Candidates Nominated To Contest Nevis Island Assembly Elections
CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS, December 06, 2022 (Nevis Reformation Party) – Five candidates of
the Nevis Reformation Party (NRP) will contest the Nevis Island Assembly Elections set for
Monday, December 12, 2022
n Tuesday, December 05, the five candidates were nominated by two registered voters each to
run on an NRP ticket for the December 12 poll.
Ms. Jaedee Caines was nominated by Ms. Gavincia Clarke of Marian Avenue and Mr.
Raynaldon Bartlette of Lower Stoney Grove to contest the Constituency of Nevis 1 (St. Paul).
The nomination took place at the Magistrate Court in Charlestown and the Returning Officer was
Mr. Kevin Barrett.
Dr. Patricia Bartlette was nominated by Mrs. Charnette Tyson-Liburd of Brown Hill and Mr.
Spencer Hanley of Church Ground to contest the Constituency of Nevis 2 (St. John). The
nomination took place at the Albertha Payne Community Centre in Bath Village and the
Returning Officer was Mr. Rohan Claxton.
In Nevis 3 (St. George), the NRP will be represented by Mr. Rohan Isles. He was nominated by
Nurse Patricia “Patsy” Hanley, a former NRP candidate for Nevis 3 and Mr. Quinito Quan
Griffin both of Hardtimes Estate. The nomination took place at the Hanleys Road Community
Centre and the Returning Officer was Mr. Floyd Robinson
Mrs. Cleone Stapleton-Simmonds, Deputy Leader of the NRP, was nominated by Ms. Laquanda
Cornelius of Jessups Village and Mr. Brandon Hamilton of Barnes Ghaut to contest the
Constituency of Nevis 5 (St. Thomas). The nomination took place at the Cotton Ground
Community Center and the Returning Officer was Ms. Tricia Williams.
Party Leader Dr. Janice Daniel-Hodge will contest the Nevis 4 (St. James) Constituency. She
was nominated by Ms. Corrine Hodge of Newcastle and Mr. Ronald Powell of Fountain Village.
The nomination took place at the Newcastle Police Station and the Returning Officer was Mrs.
Supporters and well-wishers of the NRP accompanied the candidates to the various nomination
sites across the island of Nevis dressed in party paraphernalia. NRP’s campaign continues to
intensify with the hosting of public meetings throughout the villages across the island of Nevis as
well as rallies, whistle stops and house-to-house visits.
The NRP candidates expressed confidence that the people of Nevis will give them the mandate
to form the next Nevis Island Administration.