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Bryan Defends Debt Refinancing Bill, Slams 'Political Opponents.' Sarauw Says Founding Fathers Created…

Ernice Gilbert | September 01, 2020

Governor Albert Bryan during his Covid-19 response press briefing Monday took a detour from coronavirus-related talking points to praise the eight senators who voted to approve his controversial debt refinancing bill Friday. He also assailed senators who he labeled as political opponents, whose motives, he charged, were not in the interest of the people of the territory. "But this, my political opponents of course are fighting against because this is a huge win for the Bryan-Roach administration and it puts a damper on a lot of [their] plans so they don't want to see it go through," Mr. Bryan said, referring to primarily Senators Kurt Vialet and Janelle Sarauw, two of the more vocal dissenters of the measure. "So instead of doing what is the best thing overall for the people, they're thinking about their personal gain and put that in front…

General Election Ballots Cast, Order of Candidates…

Staff Consortium | August 25, 2020

The lots have been cast for this year's General Election, and the Election System of the Virgin Islands…

Watch Tonight: DeGazon Wants to 'Set the Record Straight'…

Staff Consortium | August 19, 2020

Senator Allison DeGazon will visit the VI Consortium tonight for a live interview with VIC Publisher…

Democrats Officially Nominate Joe Biden as Candidate…

Staff Consortium | August 19, 2020

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Democrats formally nominated Joe Biden as their presidential candidate, with…

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Senator Myron Jackson Will Not Seek Reelection

Staff Consortium | May 12, 2020

Senator Myron D. Jackson announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election in the 2020 Elections.  The announcement comes one week after Senator Alicia Barnes announced that she would not seek ree...

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