Popular and well-respected St. Croix attorney Lee Rohn, who represented Senator Alicia ‘Chucky’ Hansen in her defense against Adelbert Bryan’s suit to remove her from the General Election ballot citing moral turpitude, has called on Governor John P. deJongh to pardon the veteran senator.
Yesterday’s V.I. Supreme Court decision to order the removal of Senator Alicia ‘Chucky’ Hansen from the November 4th General Election ballot sent shockwaves throughout the territory, and the big question since then has been what will the next move from Hansen be. She has responded.
Gubernatorial candidate Judge Soraya Diase-Coffelt and her running mate Republican John Canegata will remain on the November 4th ballot, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals made known in an opinion released on Tuesday.
Members of the St. Thomas and St. John community have been questioning the legitimacy of the August 2nd primary election certification process for multiple reasons, not the least of which being the tardiness of the board when it missed the deadline to certify the election by August 17th, and conducting...
Gubernatorial candidate and Judge Soraya Diase Coffelt said on the Virgin Islands Political Consortium on Saturday that if elected the next governor of the territory, she would concentrate more on St. Croix than she would the other Islands because it needs more care.
A person who was unable to vote in the August 2nd Democratic Primary election has filed a complaint with the District Court of the Virgin Islands, seeking an injunction that would render the results invalid.
Gubernatorial candidates, along with senate hopefuls and those vying for seats on various government boards for the November 4th General Election, cast their lots on Thursday in the St. Thomas-St. John District.